As the fracking at Deer Lakes public hearings wind down, the Allegheny County Council has to make a decision on what to do.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek hosts Ask The Leaders with Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald for a chance to pick the brains of two of the most influential leaders in our city.
On April 5 ‘Heroes Behind the Badge – Survival & Sacrifice’ premieres at the Hyundai West Club Lounge at Heinz Field. Doors open at 6pm, and the documentary begins at 7pm. The documentary features injured Clariton police officer, James Kuzak.
Mayor Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald sit down to discuss the winter weather, ALCOSAN and the possibility of a new administration under Peduto.
A Scott Township native, Bill Peduto is the first suburban-born resident in over a hundred years to be elected mayor of Pittsburgh.
Big Ben surprised one of his biggest fans with a donation to a charity close to his heart.
The KD Turkey Fund is underway, and no one fought for the Turkey Fund quite like our late colleague, Yvonne Zanos; except maybe her kids and grandkids.
The non-profit group “Unity, A Journey of Hope” has been granting wishes to people in Pittsburgh since 2007. Friday, the organization honored a local veteran.
Friday, former Steeler Jerome Bettis had students and teachers cheering when he visited Woodland Hills High School.
Jason Grilli donned the trappings of a Dick’s employee recently and went undercover for a promotional video for Majestic Sports Wear.
From the very start, last night’s crowd for the Wild Card game at PNC Park, wearing their black flags and black clothing, may have impacted the game. Pirates manager Clint Hurdle noticed it early.
Little Earth Productions on Pittsburgh’s South Side makes The Terrible Towel. And this year, they’ve added a “bling” towel with lots of crystals, as well as collectible game days towels.
When you eat every meal, aim to add as much color as possible!
As investigators begin to explore the deeper secrets behind the Boston terrorists, even darker questions arise: Are they alone? Is this going to happen again?
The St. Patrick’s Day flood of 1936 had barely receded from the streets of Pittsburgh, when 19-year-old Simon Aleliunas got a job in a clock repair shop in Soho.