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 unseasonably warm weather the past few weeks may be having some unintended consequences.
KDKA was the first to report about drivers blowing through the toll area on the Turnpike without paying, but that soon could change.
It’s the hot decorating time for this holiday season, spraying green and red laser beams on the front of homes all over the Pittsburgh area.
NFL quarterback Michael Vick got the celebrity treatment as he visited the state Capitol on Tuesday to lobby for a bill to help protect cats and dogs from being left in unattended vehicles.
Monday, seven Super Bowl Steelers were presented diamond-laden “replacement” rings by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
It’s the light at the end of the tunnel. Work continues on the Parkway West this weekend, but after that, it’s over – at least for a while.
All military combat jobs, including those on the front lines, will be open to women beginning next year.
A local school district has been selected by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to test out a new teaching concept to prevent snow days from piling up.
There’s good news and there’s bad news for drivers who use the Parkway West.
Monday marks the official start of deer season in Pennsylvania.
The Turnpike Commission is anticipating roughly 3.2 million vehicles on the state roadway from Tuesday to Sunday.
At no other time of the year is our hurry-up society more in a hurry than during the run-up to Thanksgiving.
New research indicates we lose about one teenage life an hour in this country to texting and driving, and the numbers are rising.
Americans should be alert to the possible travel risks, especially during the holidays, following increased terrorist threats around the world, the State Department warned on Monday.
It was mid-morning and 94-year-old Margaret Kotula was in the midst of the routine she’s enjoyed in her home of 80 years on Washington Street in Leetsdale.