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The killing of a TV news crew in Roanoke on Wednesday by what appears to have been done by a man with mental illness is the latest example for Pa. Congressman Tim Murphy of a mental health system that needs fixed.
Murphy joined the KDKA Morning News to talk about his frustration over the lack of action by Congress and that his mental health bill (H.R. 2646) needs to become law before another tragedy.
The signing of Michael Vick has become a hot button issue in town with his past conviction for dog fighting.
After weathering some controversy, a new beer started rolling off the assembly line Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf joined “The KDKA Morning News” with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the state budget and how negations with Republican leadership are going.
Pittsburgh’s soccer champ is back in town and is pumped about playing in her hometown.
The Steelers officially placed kicker Shaun Suisham on season-ending IR today and waived injured running back Cameron Stingily.
It’s not often the Tony award winning star of a Broadway musical joins a traveling cast but Pittsburgh’s own Billy Porter had a lifelong goal he wanted to accomplish.
Porter joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about appearing in Pittsburgh CLO’s Kinky Boots, his latest album and why making a rare off-Broadway appearance in his hometown was important to him.
The Bus makes its final stop in Canton this weekend when Jerome Bettis will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
UPMC wants patients to choose the right doctor and it’s posting online satisfaction surveys to help them do that.
Pittsburgh Police have identified two suspects in the weekend murder of Marshall-Shadeland barbershop owner.
Most parents want their children to succeed, but some parents take it too far when it comes to sports.
It’s been four years since the Backyard Brawl was last played, and some fans seem to itch more and more for a renewal of the annual rivalry.
When he was in high school, Bob Pitrella first began to figure he was “a little unique.”
A day after the NFL upheld its 4-game suspension of Tom Brady, the quarterback took to social media to offer his side of the story.
Robert “Kool” Bell joining the Afternoon News after his sound check at the 2015 Celebrity Care Fest.