Radio.com – News
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – This week is sleep awareness week.How much sleep do you really need? No matter how much they say chances are you’re not getting enough.
Lauryn Williams wears her silver and gold Olympic medals proudly.
The Green Lane bike project is coming to Pittsburgh, bringing a safer way of transportation for cyclists.
Who knew that March 17 wasn’t the day St. Patrick was born, but actually the day he died? And did you know that St. Patrick’s Day used to be associated with blue, not green?
Disney’s Frozen is a box office sensation and just recently topped one-billion dollars worldwide. This doesn’t mean that some find the movie offensive. Right-wing and outspoken Pastor Kevin Swanson has blasted the movie, claiming it will indoctrinate children into homosexuality.
Malaysian authorities defended their handling of the hunt for the missing Boeing 777 on Wednesday but acknowledged they still are unsure which direction the plane was headed when it disappeared, highlighting the massive task facing an international search now in its fifth day.
Chatham University is looking into going coed in order to save their dwindling enrollment numbers.
This Saturday many cities across the U.S. will have their yearly St. Patrick’s Day parade, but there aren’t many that are as big as Pittsburgh. It’s one of the largest anywhere.
Help out a local family suffering with a common, yet not so familiar disease.
A Pittsburgh lawyer is getting national attention with a unique and completely honest advertisement for his services.
A local missionary is in Ukraine and gives us his unique perspective on the protests and unrest.
This winter has been long and has left a lot of people looking at the glass half empty. With the signs of spring starting to show, now is a change to change your attitude.
Documentarian John Ziegler joined Robert Mangino to discuss Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky case, particularly the credibility of Mike McQueary.
Ask The Judge takes on hot issues like dealing with pesky pot holes, tenant conflicts, and expanding a driveway. All after Judge Robert Dzvonick was surprised with a great award.
Once again we’re honoring those in this region who make a difference, but don’t ask for anything in return. Learn about the 2014 Hometown Heroes here.