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.
Last night’s rain caused some flash flooding.
Reports of what was said by Steelers Running Back Le’Veon Bell by the arresting officers have come out, and Bell reportedly tried to plead ignorance when it comes to getting a DUI for being high.
Police say a woman was found dead after she got into a vicious argument with her boyfriend in Wilkins Township.
A mother accused of leaving her young son in a car while she went to the Rivers Casino was in court Friday.
A worker was injured in a fall at a construction site in Butler County Tuesday morning.
Dozens of people were taken into custody Monday morning as a major drug sweep continues.
The Shaler community opened its hearts and wallets to support an event called “Laps for Laurin.”
An 18-year-old woman is in critical condition, with a gunshot wound to the neck.
Police are investigating a deadly crash in North Braddock.
Hours after officials announced a new crackdown on violent crime in Pittsburgh, officers responded to another shooting.
Crews are looking into the cause of a four-alarm fire at Living Treasures Animal Park in Westmoreland County.
Penn Hills firefighters took pictures after a heavy rain caused water from a nearby creek to spill onto Old William Penn Highway.
Six people were shot overnight in the Strip District, one fatally.
A Gateway Clipper employee drowned early Sunday morning after jumping into the Monongahela River.
The 14-second video shocked the city, a young woman allegedly getting punched and beaten by a Pittsburgh Police officer during Pride Fest last month.