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Technology Keeping Employees Safe When Returning – CBS Pittsburgh

Technology Keeping Employees Safe When Returning - CBS Pittsburgh

Something Good: Bruno The Bear’s Search For LovePittsburgh Today Live’s Heather and David have a look at Bruno the Bear’s search for love!

At Home With Pella: Repairing Your Rusty Fire PitIn this week’s At Home With Pella Windows & Doors, some advice on how to fix your rusty outdoor fire pit.

Waiting Child: IsabellaThis week’s Waiting Child is Isabella! (ID# C02AB10)

Armful Of Flowers’ Urban Gardening SproutingPittsburgh Today Live’s Heather Abraham checks out the beautiful urban garden at Armful Of Flowers!

Cooking With Rania: Baked BeansRania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, is making a summer picnic staple — Baked Beans!

CBS Debuting ‘Tough As Nails’ Reality ShowPittsburgh Today Live’s Celina Pompeani has a preview of CBS’s new reality show, “Tough As Nails!”

PTL Summer Shape Up: Heather & David’s Food JournalsPittsburgh Today Live’s Heather and David show us the Food Journals they’ve been keeping for the PTL Summer Shape Up.

Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: July 8, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live’s Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what’s coming up on the show.

Losing Weight During The PandemicStaying home during the coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of people to gain some unwanted pounds. However, KDKA’s Celina Pompeani spoke with a nutritionist on how to shed what’s being called the “quarantine fifteen.”

Four Counties Could See New Coronavirus RestrictionsCounty leaders in Beaver and Westmoreland counties say the state is taking a targeted approach to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. In those counties, indoor dining will close, temporarily beginning tomorrow. Other restrictions are expected for other counties, including Washington and Butler. KDKA’s Lisa Washington has the details.

Allegheny County To Release New Coronavirus OrdersWith the recent uptick in cases of the coronavirus cases in Allegheny County, leaders are expected to release new orders on Wednesday that will likely impact bars and restaurants. KDKA’s Lindsay Ward has the latest.

KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (7/8)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!

Intense Heat: What To Do With The ThermostatPittsburgh is the midst of a heat wave with not much of an end in sight. So, what’s the best way to keep your home cool? KDKA’s John Shumway spoke with the community and experts about the best ways to beat the heat while staying inside.

Man Shot Inside North Versailles ApartmentCounty homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of a 29-year-old man in North Versailles.

Strip District Meats Temporarily ClosedAn employee of Strip District Meats tested positive for coronavirus, causing the store to close its doors temporarily.

Technology Keeping Employees Safe When ReturningMany employees who have been working from home for the past few months are starting to return to the office, and some are finding buildings equipped with new technology to try to help keep employees safer during the pandemic.

WVU Planning To Start On TimeStudents will begin returning to Morgantown next month with new regulations in place.

Two Houses Damaged In Fire In ArnoldA home became fully engulfed in flames in Arnold on Tuesday night.

KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (7/7)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!

Pitt, CMU Release Statements After ICE OrderTwo local universities are vowing to protect their international students after ICE said they must leave the United States if classes go online.

Protesters March At Delta Foundation In PittsburghA few dozen people marched on the North Side.

West Mifflin Police Say Missing Dawn Manson Has Been FoundThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh and its entities received at least $15 million in loans meant to help small businesses.

Diocese Of Pittsburgh, Entities Receive At Least $15M From PPPThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh and its entities received at least $15 million in loans meant to help small businesses.

State To Halt Indoor Dining In Westmoreland, Beaver CountiesAt least four counties in southwestern Pennsylvania will be facing new restrictions this week as coronavirus cases continue to rise, KDKA’s Nicole Ford reports.

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