Braddock Mayor John Fetterman was a strong Bernie Sanders supporter, but he now supports Hillary Clinton.
With the recent shootings of black men by police in Baton Rouge and Minnesota, along with the ambush in Dallas that left five police officers dead, many Americans are feeling a heightened sense of anxiety.
Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who helped boost the women’s game to the big time in a 38-year career at Tennessee, has died at 64.
Rep. Tim Murphy has been working on his Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act since December 2012 and when Congress reconvenes next week it could finally be up for a vote.
Looking for something fun to do around Pittsburgh? Steel City Indoor Carting in the Monroeville Mall offers thrills for people all year long. John Gongas joined the KDKA Morning News to talk about their unique indoor go-kart race track.
Dr. Christian Conte is one of the most qualified anger management specialists in the world. He helps everyone from college athletes to prisoners in maximum security prisons to help them become better people.
One year ago, 26 year-old Jeff Whitmore collapsed about 150 yard from the Pittsburgh marathon finish line. He stopped breathing and didn’t have a pulse.
Although medical marijuana is now legal in Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf says that doesn’t mean it’s a pathway to full legalization in Pennsylvania.
The “KDKA Morning News” wrapped up their trip to Bradenton with an all-star cast of Pirates on their final day.
Larry and John are continuing their visit to Bradenton to bring back the Bucs home to Pittsburgh.
The “KDKA Morning News” with Larry and John spoke with several members of the Pirates with Opening Day less than a week away!
Before being named the new Pitt men’s basketball coach, Kevin Stallings was in Bradenton cheering on his son, Jacob, who is a catcher in the Pirates’ farm system.
Gov. Tom Wolf is standing firm on his position as the nine-month budget impasse continues without an end in sight.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is warning of huge cuts in spending for education and local services next year without a balanced budget as Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the state Capitol.
A push by the Republican majority in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives to free up $578 million for Penn State and other state-related universities has failed.