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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.
Paul Rasmussen and Rose Ryan-Douglas talk with Christine Kindl, spokeswoman for California University of Pennsylvania, on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA about a just-delivered letter meant for a student who hasn’t been enrolled there for over 50 years.
Mike Pintek talks with Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA about his department’s recent audit of Pennsylvania’s liquor stores and the Liquor Control Board.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte and guests recount Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona’s days at New Brighton High School.
PennDOT has closed the Route 48 Boston Bridge that links Versailles Borough and Elizabeth Township.
The health care landscape in Western Pennsylvania is poised for a major restructuring and KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek wants to know what that means for you.
On Tuesday’s show, Mike spoke with David Meieran about a recent meeting where supporters and protestors of Marcellus Shale drilling clashed.
The Democratic candidates running for Allegheny County Chief Executive joined KDKA’s Marty Griffin Friday in what is shaping up as a final showdown before Tuesday’s Primary.