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.
10 clergy members arrested today during a protest of UPMC.
Dennis Miller is coming home to Pittsburgh and bringing his Bolder, Fresher tour with him.
Scam artists are trying to use funeral home newsletters as a way to hack into your computer.
Penn State and State College Officials are making attempts to get rid of State Patty’s Day.
School cancellations taking a toll on summer vacation.
CMU and Yahoo team up for a new $10 million partnership.
Pink eye – how you can avoid it and what to do if you have it.
Jamie’s Dream Team, a local organization, is hoping to fulfill the dream of a mother of two, who three years ago was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The KDKA Afternoon News remembers the Beatles invasion 50 years ago today.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be on the look out for the “one ring” cell phone scam.
U.S. News Senior Career Editor Jada Graves gives the KDKA Afternoon News the details on the 100 Best Jobs in 2014.
Inaugural inductee Rich Engler talks about his big night before the Pittsburgh Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Celebration.
Tragedy stuck a couple in Greensburg whose domestic abuse led to both of them dead. To prevent something like this being the outcome for your loved ones learn the signs and know how to help them.
AGH received grant money to conduct a study to find the cause of increase asthma in children in the Pittsburgh area.
After a McDonalds employee is arrested for selling heroin out of the restaurant Bill Rehkopf talks about the concerns of the drug popping up in the suburbs.