Bob began his broadcasting career in 1979 at Beaver Falls radio station WBVP. From there, he went on to WKBN Radio in Youngstown. His first television job was also in Youngstown — at WYTV.
Since then, he’s worked at TV stations in Memphis, Louisville, Kentucky and Toledo, Ohio. Most recently, Bob spent three years as a General Assignment reporter and part-time anchor at the NBC affiliate in Kansas City.
During the Gulf War crisis, Bob also worked at KDKA-TV, providing hourly updates during the early morning hours.
After working at six television stations since 1982, Bob is finally fulfilling his dream of working as a reporter in his hometown — a goal that he set for himself “many years ago.”
A Langley High School graduate, Bob attended Penn State University and Point Park College. In addition to his son Ryan, Bob’s parents and four sisters also call Pittsburgh home.
A man is facing charges following a standoff in Homewood Friday.
Police and the coroner were called to a Fayette County home after a brother and sister were found dead inside.
People came together at Freedom Corner in the Hill District to pray for peace, protection and healing.
An Ohio Township restaurant will need plenty of repairs after a driver crashed through the building and ended up in the middle of the dining room.
The fatal shooting of several police officers last week in Dallas has prompted Pittsburgh officials to come together to talk about building better relationships between police and the community.
A local mother is accused of lashing out at police officers and other first responders after she was found passed out on a bench on the South Side with her child.
Child services officials have taken a local woman’s children into protective custody and she is facing charges.
The message at Sunday morning’s service at a Hill District church was all too familiar.
Pittsburgh celebrated its 200th anniversary Friday with a bicentennial parade through downtown in the morning and concerts and fireworks in the afternoon and evening.
One man is dead and another ended up in the hospital after a double shooting Friday afternoon in the city’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood.
Crews are making their final preparations for the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks show in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh officials say they’ve learned their lessons since the messy Kenny Chesney concert three years ago, resulting in a comparatively small number of arrests and a little less mess left over in the parking lots.
Children in Brookline no longer have to run under the water spray to get wet on hot days.
A woman is facing charges for pointing a gun at several postal employees in Butler County earlier this month.
Jennifer Lynn Steven, 37, was taken back to the Washington County Jail after being held for trial Monday.