870,000 Toyotas are being recalled after air conditioner and air bag issues.
The average family spends at least $2,000 a year on energy bills according to the Environmental Protection Agency. More than half of that goes to heating and cooling your home.
Some Carnegie Mellon University graduates are taking the fashion world by storm. In fact, some are calling their business the “next big thing.”
The 40-foot-tall rubber duck that’s been hanging around Downtown Pittsburgh is bringing both people and money into the city.
Phone scams have been around for years, but now there’s a new warning. The callers are getting bolder and downright threatening.
California-based Del Monte Foods is selling its food division to a company from the Philippines with a similar name: Del Monte Pacific Limited.
It’s been decades since a highway in Pennsylvania had a maximum speed limit of 70 miles per hour.
The Mega Millions lottery game is about to change its rules, so it can offer bigger jackpots and better overall odds.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers claim they have created a smartphone messaging app with security that not even the National Security Agency can break.
Whether you’re trying to sell your home – or you’re planning to stay put – replacing old or damaged siding is a good investment.
If you live, work or dine in certain communities like the city of Pittsburgh — you could get an unexpected jolt to your wallet, like a separate city-imposed drink tax.
Water treatment plants all across the country are trying to get the message out to be very careful about what you flush down the toilet.
Most major stores have internal numbers and color coding to keep track of and move their inventory. And if you know what those codes are, then you can save yourself a lot of money. KDKA’s Susan Koeppen reports.
Is their value in cleaning your home’s air ducts?
This is the day iPhone lovers have waited for and hundreds of them in the area waited all night to get their hands on the latest version of this smart phone.
Infomercials and advertisements claim their products make life easier. KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Antkowiak puts these claims to the test.
Love isn’t just the people we love. In this technological age, we love our gadgets as well. KDKA-TV staffers reveal the objects of their affection!
If heading to a crowded shopping mall is something you dread this time of year, you might be thinking about doing some of your holiday shopping online. Follow these tips to ensure cyber shopping experience pays off in the long run.
The complaint index is based on a ratio of the number of complaints for each vehicle to the sales of that vehicle. The numbers represent relative index scores, not the number of complaints received. The […]
Some of those infomercials that you see on TV make certain products look like things you just can’t afford to live without; but do they really live up to all the hype? Before you invest, […]
Japan appears to be leading the way in robotic technology. Here’s a look at some of the country’s creations.