KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek and expert forensic analyst Dr. Cyril Wecht review the Tomlin foot-fumble footage.
Dr. Charles Krauthammer’s new book, “Things that Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics,” addresses three decades of his news experience.
Employees argue they should not be working on the holidays. Councilwoman Rudiak believes employees have the right to spend time with their family.
Mike Pintek’s high school tours have taken him around the city and today he’s in Woodland Hills!
Author Peter Savodnik studied in depth the life and experiences that Lee Harvey Oswald had while living in the Soviet Union.
The proposed transportation package could increase gas prices by .28 cents.
Mike Pintek stopped by Upper St. Clair High School on Thursday for a broadcast of the KDKA High School Tour.
Viewers are tricked by “Frankenbytes” to believe much of the drama in reality television shows.
A veteran police detective in Melbourne, Australia believes that after four years of continuous research and writing, he has uncovered just how President John F. Kennedy was killed.
“Space may be the final frontier, but it was made in a Hollywood basement,” says a Pittsburgh Freeland Video Producer.
Penn State University plans to charge all employees who do not undergo a health screening $100 a month!
Go Topless.org will host a rally on Sunday Aug. 25 in honor of Women’s Equality Day from 3 until 6 in the evening beginning at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh.
CBS Radio held the Marcellus Shale Festival on Thursday Aug. 15 in hopes of maximizing public and private partnership on Marcellus Shale.
Obesity can increase a person’s chances for heart disease, diabetes and premature death.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai joins Mike Pintek in studio for the hour to talk all about the FCC.