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.
The Attorney General’s Office announced the arrest of two child predators Thursday.
What do you say we jump right to the bottom line? On June 1, 70 percent of West Penn Power customers and 47 percent of Duquesne Light customers are going to see their electric bills go up.
We love our phones, but the bill, not so much.
Dave Cramer didn’t want to be removing the Stanley Cup Playoff banners from the outside of CONSOL Energy Center Friday afternoon, any more than Pittsburgh Penguins President and CEO David Morehouse wanted to dump his general manager.
There are big changes coming to the Fort Pitt Tunnel that could have a major effect on traffic this fall.
What happened at Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook brought into the nation’s spotlight the need to be able to text a 911 call center for help.
If you asked your customers how well your business was serving them and 76 percent said “poor,” it would definitely get your attention.
With a pounding relentless, the steel beams for the beltway bridge are being driven down to Washington County bedrock.
Before you pull into your neighborhood gas station anxious to see a dramatic drop in prices because the state is dumping summer blend RVP gasoline, there is something you should know.
A chorus of frogs echoed across the waters of Deer Lakes Park Wednesday, heralding a perfect day to fish or walk.
In municipalities all over, they’re taking another look at how their meetings begin.
There’s nothing like that sinking feeling when the low fuel light comes on or the “miles to empty” hits single digits.
For many, the Pittsburgh Marathon is more than a race.
Concerned by the rising number of accidents on Interstate 70, state police are stepping up speed enforcement.
It is hands down Pittsburgh’s biggest spectacle of the year.