Liz Kilmer, WPXI

Liz Kilmer

WPXI

Norfolk, VA, United States

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  • WAVY_News
  • 8News WRIC Richmond

Recent articles by Liz:

Beaver Co. community issues warning, offers reward in mysterious cat deaths

A mystery is forming in Beaver County after several cats have turned up dead, and officials think someone is poisoning them. → Read More

Virtual job fair could provide new career opportunities for people in our area

Unemployment is of course a big issue right now, but there is a virtual event happening Wednesday that could provide new opportunities, part and full time jobs, for people in our area. → Read More

Emergency funding on the way to help Pennsylvania school districts struggling during COVID-19 pandemic

Schools across Pennsylvania are feeling the pinch, and with millions of dollars on the line, the state is stepping in to help. → Read More

Gas prices drop in Pittsburgh area during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is directly impacting demand for gas, and prices have fallen in response. In the Pittsburgh area, several gas stations are charging less than $2 a gallon. → Read More

Schools should operate much differently when kids return, new guidelines released

Parents are wondering when they will be sending their children back to school, but one thing is for sure: Things will be a lot different. → Read More

Experts warn about poisonous plant aggressively spreading across Pittsburgh area

A poisonous plant is aggressively spreading across Pennsylvania and researchers with Penn State Extension are warning people, especially those with livestock, to be careful. → Read More

Bill calls for nursing home inspections, COVID-19 testing for all residents

More than 60 people in three nursing homes in Beaver County have died because of COVID-19, and a local lawmaker is calling it a critically urgent situation. → Read More

FEMA stepping in to help nursing homes impacted by COVID-19

Nursing homes have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.In Pennsylvania, 1,400 people in care homes have died. That’s two-thirds of the total deaths. → Read More

Local restoration company cleaning emergency vehicles for free

A local restoration company is donating its service to help first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Popular area summer events canceled because of COVID-19

Summer will look a lot different this year. Communities are starting to cancel popular events, festivals and fairs because of COVID-19. → Read More

All 4th of July festivities cancelled in Brentwood because of pandemic

All Fourth of July festivities in Brentwood Borough have been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Bill to reopen some Pa. businesses vetoed by Gov. Wolf

Many Pennsylvania businesses remain shuttered and won’t reopen as soon as some lawmakers had hoped after Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a bill aimed at doing so. → Read More

11-year-old girl working to help others during pandemic quarantine with making masks

An 11-year-old Wexford girl is spending her spare time helping others amidst the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Donations piling up outside St. Vincent de Paul store; people urged to stop

Piles of donations outside the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Coraopolis have grown substantially in recent weeks, and the charity is now urging people to stop. → Read More

Drive-up coronavirus testing ends at some locations

Drive-up coronavirus testing has been suspended by the Central Outreach Wellness Center as officials say testing is not as necessary as it had been in the beginning of the outbreak. → Read More

PPS working to meet technology needs of students as they switch to at-home learning

With schools across Pennsylvania closed indefinitely, Pittsburgh Public Schools is scrambling to establish at home learning for 23,000 students, many of whom don’t have full access to technology. → Read More

Emergency dental care now allowed under updated Pa. COVID-19 guidelines

Patients in need of emergency dental care can now go to their dentist offices during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pa. lawmakers pass bill that would waive 180-day requirement for schools

At an unsettling time for parents, students and teachers, Pennsylvania lawmakers passed a bill that gives several options to the state’s secretary of education. → Read More

Thieves break into local pizza shop, steal nearly $1,000 from ATM

A local pizza shop, who has remained open during the coronavirus outbreak, was burglarized over the weekend. → Read More

Surveillance video shows car crashing through laundromat in North Versailles

A car crashed through a laundromat Tuesday in North Versailles while it was open for business. Surveillance video shows the car slam into Spin Cycle Laundromat on East Pittsburgh McKeesport Boulevard, crashing through glass windows and toppling bricks. > CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Car slams into a North Versailles laundromat while it was open for business @wpxi pic.twitter.com/vdTA7nno5G — Liz Kilmer… → Read More