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It’s a scene that has become all too familiar – Route 51 a raging rapids, unable to handle storm water.
As the snow flew back in February, there was little left to remember the once 10 million roses a year glory days of the Pittsburgh Cut Flower Nursery.
From the air it might look like an inviting lake, but Little Blue Run is filled with fly ash and calcium sulfate trapped at FirstEnergy’s Bruce Manfield Plant seven miles away.
Dozens of alternative fuel vehicles were on display today and it was all part of an event called “Odyssey Day.”
A local couple will ride their tandem bike from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. It’s 335 miles and they want to do it in a day.
A new bill introduced by State Sen. Daylin Leach could impose a two cent tax on each new plastic bag used by grocery shoppers statewide.
All those markers being bought up for the new school year will eventually run dry, but that doesn’t have to be the end of their usefulness.
At the MarkWest processing plant in Houston, Pa., they separate different types of gases and burn off the excess in towers.
Go Green and help support local animal shelters by recycling your pet food cans!
Eleven years have passed since the fire that destroyed a popular nature center in Squirrel Hill. Now, plans for a new one are nearing completion.
Gas stations are easy to find to fill up your car or truck, but public places to refuel vehicles that run on compressed natural gas — or CNG — are often hard to locate.
Flat screen televisions are big selling items these days — especially as the prices become more reasonable — but getting rid of your old television set is becoming much more of a challenge.
Forest Hills is considering allowing people to raise chickens and bees, and the idea is creating quite a buzz.
Carl DeFebo Manager of Media and Public Relations for the Pennsylvania Turnpike says the Turnpike is going green.
A falcon chick living in a nest on the 40th floor of the Cathedral of Learning got a checkup Friday. Officials had to shoo away the falcon chick’s mother, 14-year-old Dorothy, to reach the chick and take it indoors for a veterinary checkup.
KDKA Radio stopped by PRC’s Reusefest in South Side Works on August 11th.
KDKA Goes Green with the Pennsylvania Resources Council. Check out their pictures from the Household Chemical Collection on July 14th!