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Recent articles by Jillian:

Police, doctor issue social distancing reminder after Pittsburgh street party video surfaces

Families have been cooped up inside for months now, and with the nicer weather, people want to get out and be around others. But experts say this is no time to let down your guard. → Read More

Restaurant owners get emotional in plea for help from lawmakers

Things turned emotional as restaurant owners pleaded with state lawmakers to help save their businesses from going under during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Local restaurant passing along price hike to customers due to meat shortage

One local restaurant is passing along a price hike to their customers due to the meat shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and customers said they don't mind and completely understand. → Read More

Frequently asked questions about COVID19-related travel changes answers by a local travel agent

A local travel agent shared with Channel 11 frequent questions she’s been getting about refunds, flight cancellations and booking future trips. → Read More

Travelers concerned about packed flights at Pittsburgh International Airport

Most airports are pretty empty right now because not that many flights are coming and going.But some flights in Pittsburgh have been surprisingly full, sparking concern among passengers who say airlines are not doing enough to keep them safe. → Read More

Shoppers pack stores for first time in months across Butler County

For the first time in nearly two months, retail stores are back open. → Read More

COVID-19 can affect almost any organ in the body, local doctor says

Many of you are aware of the most common COVID-19 symptoms like shortness of breath, a cough and fever, but we are learning about some really dangerous symptoms now caused by the virus. → Read More

While some businesses will be reopening when counties move to yellow, many will remain closed

Barbershops, hair salons, gyms, restaurants and bars will not be among the area business that will start reopening Friday. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic creating massive backlog for local funeral homes, cemeteries

One of the hardest parts about the COVID-19 pandemic has been saying goodbye to loved ones. → Read More

Dentists across Pa. struggling to get PPE required to treat patients

Dentists across Pennsylvania are struggling to get their hands on personal protective equipment, materials that are required by the state to treat patients safely. → Read More

Popular South Hills day care won’t reopen due to financial struggles

A long-time day care program in the South Hills is shutting down, despite Friday’s announcement that Allegheny County is one of the counties set to move into the “yellow” phase on May 15. → Read More

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium prepared for reopening with significant changes

The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is preparing to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pittsburgh Zoo prepared for reopening with significant changes

The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is preparing to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Giant Eagle’s Parkway Center Mall location transformed into curbside pickup, delivery center

Giant Eagle has converted its supermarket at the Parkway Center Mall into a curbside pickup and delivery center, where employees are now cranking out hundreds of orders a day. → Read More

What’s being done to make sure day cares, camps open safely

Six weeks ago, the owner of Justabout Kids day care in Peters Township had to shut down. Now, she can reopen Monday after getting a waiver from the state. Miss T. said drop off and pick up of children will be done outside, every child will have their temperature checked and each kid has to bring their own food to help limit interaction. Also, children over 2 will have to wear masks, which will… → Read More

Local gym owner says memberships hit hard by pandemic

Fit Body Boot Camp in Cranberry, just like all gyms across Pennsylvania, has been closed for weeks. → Read More

High school athletes, college coaches relying on internet for recruitment decisions

With high schools closed and spring sports seasons canceled, athletes are worried they could miss out on college scholarships. → Read More

Bike share rides in Pittsburgh increasing despite COVID-19 pandemic

As the weather gets nicer, more people ride bikes for exercise and to run errands. → Read More

Several police departments say they’ve seen an uptick in domestic violence calls since start of COVID-19 pandemic

Several police departments in and around Pittsburgh have seen a significant uptick in domestic violence calls since the start of this pandemic. → Read More

Carnegie Mellon researchers gather medical, self-reported data to track coronavirus activity

A team at Carnegie Mellon University is using medical data and self-reporting information to track coronavirus activity. → Read More