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.
Jennifer Lynn Steven, 37, was taken back to the Washington County Jail after being held for trial Monday.
A Pittsburgh church is calling for love and tolerance one week after the Orlando mass shooting.
Bottled water was in high demand at the Oakmont Country Club Saturday for Day 3 of the U.S. Open tournament. And for a course where shady areas are few and far between, the heat was downright brutal.
Seven vehicles, including a tractor-trailer, were involved in a Westmoreland County accident Tuesday afternoon.
It was a day to celebrate cultural diversity and inclusion.
A Plum High School teacher accused of intimidating a witness testified at his own trial today.
Crews from twelve departments battled a large fire Saturday morning in Cecil Township.
Two people are dead after a rollover crash along Interstate 79 in Butler County Friday morning.
A man accused of murdering two people following an argument over $40 in Etna will stand trial.
Residents of a Beaver County apartment building say their landlord has not yet turned on the air conditioning despite the hot temperatures we had over the weekend.
The Penguins themselves aren’t the only ones getting ready for Monday’s big game. Fans are revved up for the national spotlight to shine on Pittsburgh.
People gathered this weekend to take a stand against violence.
Supporters and opponents, including several circus clowns, of a controversial ordinance involving wild animals packed a Pittsburgh City Council meeting today to make their voices heard.
A man accused of killing two sisters who lived next door to him in East Liberty has been found guilty on all counts.
On Sunday, it was time to celebrate at the Robinson Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 in Groveton.