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This is not the Haiti that we see in network images of poverty and disaster.
Kentucky-based Truitt Brothers is recalling 1.77 million pounds of pasta after some labels failed to declare certain ingredients, which are known allergens.
It was a tough day for the Pitt women’s basketball team as the Panthers came up short as they lost to the Syracuse Orange by a score of 58-47 this afternoon.
A local man and woman are dead after police say he slashed the woman’s throat and was then killed by a state trooper.
After a McDonalds employee is arrested for selling heroin out of the restaurant Bill Rehkopf talks about the concerns of the drug popping up in the suburbs.
Government figures released Monday show that more than 81,000 Pennsylvanians have enrolled under the federal health care law, a sharp increase from the 11,800 who were signed up at the end of November.
If you donated to the Free Care Fund Thursday night, you were part of history.
Time Magazine announced its annual “Person of the Year” Wednesday, choosing Pope Francis.
AAA’s Ruth Nagy gives KDKA Listeners tips on how to prepare for traveling during winter storms
Four local women have teamed up to end street harassment in the Pittsburgh area.
Hear Bob Schieffer’s amazing story about how he experienced the Kennedy assassination.
Six are dead after tornadoes ravage Midwest but many lives were saved due to early predictions and tracking of these severe storms.
The House of Representatives may cut funding to the world’s major food stamp program SNAP, or Supplemental Nutritional Food Program, which would take away food assistance to many Americans.
Three CMU grads are looking to help children with a birth defect avoid multiple open heart surgeries with their newly designed heart valve.