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KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino speaks with Hefren-Tillotson vice president Jayme Meredith and financial analyst Rick Applegate.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to Lucy Trecase, who at 107 remembers listening to KDKA AM’s first historic broadcast.
The Lenten season is here; and if you’re thinking about having fish for dinner, you’re in luck.
On Q&A Tuesday this week, KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked to John Venture, Pennsylvania Director of the Mutual UFO Network and author of 12/21/2012: A Prophecy.
In a week that has seen Pitt head coach Paul Chryst lose another WPIAL recruit, he has added another highly-touted one.
As KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen returns to work this week, we’re sharing the story of why she’s been away since late November. In the first installment, Ken Rice told the story of how Susan collapsed while running, went into cardiac arrest and likely owes her life to the strangers who stopped and performed CPR. Up next, a look at the challenges she still faces, as well as a pretty powerful lesson for all of us.
Former KDKA Radio personality Perry Marshall has passed away.
Charles Post Sr., the father of the alleged gunman in the shooting that claimed the life of Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki, reached out to KDKA Radio’s Marty Griffin asking listeners to respect his family’s privacy.
She was a trailblazer for women in television. Carolyn Wean was the first female news director and first female general manager of a Pittsburgh television station. Wean died on Friday at her home in Shadyside.
With a drought watch now in effect for Western Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is asking residents to voluntarily reduce non-essential water use by five percent.
More than 120 hospitals, given top marks by patients for providing excellent care, also have a darker distinction: high death rates for heart attack, heart failure or pneumonia.
Now, through a program funded by the state Department of Health, the Allegheny County Health Department is giving smoke alarms to owners of homes with no smoke alarms or alarms that are more than 10 years old – considered too old to be reliable.
Whether you’re in the market for a new job or just trying to hang on to your current one, chances are you could use a little help.
Does President Barack Obama really need Congressional approval to settle the nation’s debt?
Robert Mangino talks with Mark Hulbert, editor of Hulbert Financial Digest and syndicated economic columnist, about the debt ceiling and the impending Aug. 2 deadline for a possible government default.