Paul joined KDKA-TV in 1984 as a general assignment reporter and later became Bureau Chief in Westmoreland County. He now anchors weekend evening newscasts, as well as reporting during the week for KDKA-TV News.
The “You Paid For It” series on “Perks for State Lawmakers” won a Golden Quill award in 1996. Paul has always been on top of the area’s political scene.
Also a sports enthusiast, Paul has covered the Pittsburgh Pirates throughout their history and reported on the success of the Pittsburgh Penguins while traveling to Minnesota and Chicago for the Stanley Cup Championship.
The Wall Street Journal and local newspapers have referred to Paul as the “Sam Donaldson” of Pittsburgh. As a reporter for WKRG-TV in Mobile, Alabama, he received the Press Club Award in 1981 for Outstanding Professionalism for his coverage of a hostage situation involving Mobile’s mayor. In 1982, Paul received an award from the Associated Press (AP) for Best Documentary. This documentary covered Governor George Wallace’s return for a fourth term in office after overcoming partial paralysis and a history of racism. Paul went on to win another Associated Press Award in 1983 for his coverage of an execution. In 1987, he received the Golden Quill Award for his investigative reporting of a police chief’s unethical practices.
Paul spends most of his free time in the community. He plays the keyboard for his band, “Time Tested” for several charity events. Paul is also the president of the local chapter of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Paul earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-Television from Southern Illinois University. Paul resides in the North Hills area of Pittsburgh and has three children.
They are helpless animals, defenseless creatures. Even so, someone – for whatever reason – decided to hang a cat, probably while it was alive.
A green blanket comforts Rocco as a team of veterinarians tend to him in the ICU at the Pittsburgh Veterinary and Specialty Emergency Center.
The state is now investigating after dozens of elderly residents living in a Tarentum personal care home were forced to leave overnight when the facility closed with little warning.
The prolonged cold and repeated bursts of snow are really doing a number on hardware supplies this winter.
A police chase in the Strip District ended with a crash that caused significant damage to a business there, and a surveillance camera was rolling.
A man accused of exposing and fondling himself in front of shoppers in the North Hills is facing charges.
Only about two-weeks into the job, but it seems like Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is everywhere.
Here they go again – jumping into a frigid river in the middle of January. Are they crazy?
The Sisters of St. Joseph and St. Titus Parish held a prayer service Friday – a month after an elderly sister was sexually assaulted and attacked.
A new way of grading restaurants could be coming to Allegheny County.
Police have arrested a woman after her 2-year-old son was found wandering in the Ross Park Mall parking lot on Tuesday.
A local hockey player who was severely injured during a game last month has returned to the rink.
Firefighters and rescue crews are on the scene of a crash that reportedly involves two school buses in Jefferson Township.
A Washington County man was arrested on charges he sexually assaulted two young girls he was babysitting.
The campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland is quiet now that most students have left for the holiday break. But not before there was trouble in the early morning hours of Wednesday just blocks from campus.