Angie Moreschi, WPXI

Angie Moreschi

WPXI

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Angie:

Concerns over massive response to mail-in ballot push for June primary

It’s coming down to the wire for some voters who requested mail-in ballots. Some people haven’t gotten them yet. Others are just receiving them with only days left before the June primary election. → Read More

How are local stores handling returns amid COVID-19 pandemic?

Memorial Day is a popular time for shopping, with newly reopened retailers offering holiday sales -- but the coronavirus has changed the game. → Read More

Property company making changes after businesses complain about ‘safety pledge’

Industrious is changing its policy after backlash from multiple businesses at PPG Place in downtown Pittsburgh. → Read More

‘I find that un-American’: Local woman says building’s ‘safety pledge’ crosses a line

Where is the line between public safety and personal privacy? → Read More

‘Congress has to do more’: Pa. senator calls for extra care for seniors and others in need

The very first congressional hearing was held Thursday to address how the elderly have been impacted by the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Grubhub marketing fees leave Pittsburgh restaurant owner shocked, upset

A downtown Pittsburgh restaurant owner was shocked when he got his first bill from GrubHub, after signing up for the service in April. The third-party delivery service took nearly 60% of his company’s total sales. → Read More

Pa. state auditor investigating process of determining business closures, waivers

Even as our region begins to reopen, there's still frustration over which businesses were deemed essential and which ones were granted waivers. → Read More

State announces new action at Brighton Rehab following call for federal investigation

The state now says it will hire a new temporary manager to be on-site at Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center in Beaver County to try and control the COVID-19 outbreak there. It’s believed more than 70 residents have now died there from the coronavirus. → Read More

UPMC says key to reopening our region is to protect the most vulnerable

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center said the key to opening our region up is protecting the most vulnerable and allowing those who are healthy to get back to business. → Read More

Pa. senator unveils bill proposal to give thousands of dollars back to healthcare workers

Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey unveiled his plan for a modern-day GI bill Wednesday. → Read More

Families say troubling practice at Brighton Rehab could be contributing to deaths

In western Pennsylvania, one of the most troubled nursing homes is Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center, which accounts for some 90% of the deaths in Beaver County. → Read More

Nursing home where ceiling collapsed has troubling history of violations

A search of Pennsylvania health department inspection reports on “The Grove at Washington” -- which has been a hotspot for COVID-19 cases -- turned up a long list of violations. → Read More

11 Investigates: Still no answers from Pa. health secretary about nursing home concerns

11 Investigates still has not received any answers from the Pennsylvania Department of Health regarding concerns that nursing homes residents are being marginalized in the state’s fight against COVID-19. → Read More

11 Investigates: What’s being done to protect Pa. nursing home residents?

It’s no secret nursing and long-term care homes are hot spots for COVID-19 in Pennsylvania. But there are new questions tonight about what’s really happening inside these homes - from testing to treatment. → Read More

Confusion over coronavirus testing requirements leaves loved ones, nursing home workers frustrated

A major area of concern for families, residents and the people running nursing homes is who is supposed to be tested for coronavirus and who is not. → Read More

Family members say Brighton Rehab is keeping them in the dark about loved ones’ conditions

Family members of people living at Brighton Rehab in Beaver County are getting more and more frustrated with what they say is secrecy surrounding the care of loved ones. → Read More

Local family shares 89-year-old man’s miraculous recovery from COVID-19

All the negative coronavirus news can get overwhelming, but the daughter of a Fayette County man wants everyone to know there is hope for COVID-19 patients – even when it seems so dire. → Read More

Coronavirus: Organizations warn of increase in scams targeting seniors

Scammers are good at taking advantage of a crisis, and this is no different. Organizations, like AARP, are reporting a significant increase in the number of complaints related to COVID-19, many revolving around health-care offers. “They are trying to get you to pay money cash, or get your Medicare number so they can bill Medicare fraudulently. That’s a huge issue,” said Kathy Stokes, the… → Read More

11 Investigates: Beware of coronavirus scams on the rise

Scammers are good at taking advantage of a crisis, and this is no different. Organizations, like AARP, are reporting a significant increase in the number of complaints related to COVID-19, many revolving around health-care offers. “They are trying to get you to pay money cash, or get your Medicare number so they can bill Medicare fraudulently. That’s a huge issue,” said Kathy Stokes, the… → Read More

‘It was a scary choice.' Local man who has COVID-19 being treated with anti-malarial drug

A local family decided to have their father try the anti-malaria drug showing promise as a possible treatment for COVID-19. → Read More