He returns to KDKA after helping to launch sister CBS station All News 99.1 WNEW in Washington, D.C.
Before that, Bill was the morning news anchor at KDKA, succeeding the retiring Bob Kopler.
Prior to coming home to Pittsburgh, Bill was the News Director at WPOC in Baltimore, where he led the station’s marathon local coverage of the events of September 11.
He also provided coverage of the D.C. sniper story and the funerals of Presidents Reagan and Ford for stations across the country.
Bill is a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician and enjoys church, boating and sports with his wife and two children.
CMU students help with the recovery of long lost Warhol art work.
Bruce Springsteen was in Pittsburgh last night, if you missed him don’t worry he will be back soon.
Local experts to head a working group to end addiction.
Mary Catherine Reljac, Assistant Superintendent of the Franklin Regional School District, spoke exclusively with Bill Rehkopf for the first time since the stabbing.
Congressman Tim Murphy brings his unique mental health perspective to the legislative side to prevent violent tragedies.
General Motors is recalling another 1.3 million vehicles.
Kevin Hines uses his real life experiences to shine a light on suicide prevention.
Autism Speaks is asking everyone to Light It Up Blue to raise awareness for Autism.
County Council Members claim a security breach against the County Executive himself, putting Fitzgerald and his staff on blast.
Captain Richard Phillips talks about the movie based on his life and what brings him to Pittsburgh.
It’s not too late to sign up the the March for the Military benefiting Operation Troop Appreciation.
With tax season deadlines around the corner, make sure you are prepared to defend against scams.
The Green Lane bike project is coming to Pittsburgh, bringing a safer way of transportation for cyclists.
Chatham University is looking into going coed in order to save their dwindling enrollment numbers.
Help out a local family suffering with a common, yet not so familiar disease.