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Flight 93 families open nominations for new heroism awardThe families of the 40 passengers and crew of Flight 93 will present a new annual award for heroism.
Mom opens up after losing daughter in Nashville Road Rage setPhotos and videos of Diane Kaufman’s daughter, Caitlyn, remind her of how amazing her daughter was.
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FDA clears Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for children ages 12 to 15The United States is expanding the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, paving the way for children as young as 12 to be vaccinated. Pam Surano of KDKA has reactions from parents.
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PennDOT on high alert for landslides after heavy rainsAfter all the recent wet weather, PennDOT teams are on the lookout for potential landslides; Reports by Chris Hoffman of KDKA.
Companies raise minimum wage in hopes of attracting more hospitality workers to vacant positionsIt is becoming increasingly difficult to find hospitality workers to fill vacancies. Sheetz and Chipotle raise minimum wage in hopes of getting more workers out the door; Reports by Nicole Ford of KDKA.
Business owner warns others about e-commerce fraudThe struggles of the past year have forced some small business owners to pivot and get creative. KDKA’s Meghan Schiller has more on how the criminals followed.
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The state of COVID-19, vaccinations among the black community, part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke to healthcare consultant Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson about the black community’s thoughts on the virus and vaccines.
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Journalist’s update: Monroeville company victim of fraudulent accusationsMeghan Schiller of KDKA has the story of a small business in Monroeville that faces fraudulent accusations in the wake of the pandemic.