John Shumway joined NewsRadio 1020 KDKA in 2004 as co-host of The KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert. John began his broadcasting career as a disc jockey for WLAP Radio in Lexington, Kentucky, while he was in college and later moved into the newsroom. After 10 years at WHAS TV and Radio in Louisville, Ky, John came to Pittsburgh in October of 1988. John has been recognized throughout his broadcasting career with regional, state, and national awards.
He resides in the Pittsburgh area with his wife, Sonya, and their two children. In his spare time, John enjoys golf, running, hiking, camping and singing in his church choir.
Connect Cards are quickly growing in demand among Port Authority riders.
The U.S. government’s auto safety watchdog likely is looking into whether General Motors was slow to report problems that led to 13 deaths and a massive recall of small cars.
Imagine driving down the road and all of a sudden you no longer have control of your car, it’s actually being driven by someone else.
Firefighters are battling a three-alarm blaze at a restaurant in Market Square.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews were at it again Friday, fast and furious.
If there’s some good news coming out of this brutally cold winter, it’s that we could be seeing less stink bugs.
From the South Side to Shaler to Shippingport to Somerset, pothole anguish is universal.
It is a daily routine of trust. Our children climb onto school buses and parents believe in the highly-trained professionals behind the wheel.
Walk into the Sewickley Heights salt dome and the problem is obvious: what’s left won’t last long.
Even if you have put your phone number on the Do Not Call List, the calls may be coming through. And not just on your home phone; your cell phone is not immune from the telemarketers reach.
The sunshine was a blessing Friday for those living out the battle of the salt.
The snow came down so fast, road crews had a hard time keeping up.
It may look like Bethel Park has an abundant supply of salt heading into this latest winter storm, but the drain on the supply has been wide open lately.
Police have made more arrests in relation to a particular kind of heroin, blamed for several overdose deaths.
Whether it’s Target, Neiman Marcus or Michael’s, customers whose credit card or debit card information is stolen by hackers feel violated and left watching their accounts like a hawk.