Hidden Freebies Made Public: Special Services Most Customers Don't Know ExistWhen Emily Costantino, of Monongahela, signed up for Amazon Prime, she only had one thought in mind, she told KDKA money editor Jon Delano.
PTL Links: Jan. 26, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: AAA Travel Showcase, Pittsburgh Magazine and Big Burrito Restaurant Group! Click for more information about today's guests!
Officials: 3.45 Million Motorists To Travel Turnpike For HolidayThe holiday travel rush begins today and it could be the busiest day of the week.
AAA Offering Free Car Battery Checks TodayThe chill in the air this week is a reminder that winter weather is not far away.
AAA Study Finds Drivers Are Wasting Money On Premium GasThere is no sense paying a premium for premium gasoline if your car is designed to run on regular, according to research by the automobile club AAA.
AAA, PennDOT Offer Back-To-School Safety TipsBack-to-school time is right around the corner. With that, AAA East Central and PennDOT are offering tips to keep kids safe.
Survey Finds 80% Of Drivers Have Experienced Road Rage Over The Last YearA new survey by AAA estimates that 80 percent of drivers have taken part in some form of "road rage.”
Pirates Calling Up Prospect Josh BellThe youth movement is already underway for the Pirates and another piece is being added to that Friday night.
Report: Pirates To Call Up Tyler GlasnowFans have been clamoring for top prospect Tyler Glasnow to get called up and their wish might finally be coming true.
Record Number Of Drivers Hitting Road For 4th Of July WeekendWith the Fourth of July coming on Monday, Americans are stretching the weekend, beginning Thursday and running through the holiday.
Pirates Call-Up Star Prospect Jameson TaillonIt's the move fans have been clamoring for since he made his return from Tommy John surgery, and it's finally here.
Several Students From Pitt, PSU Studying Abroad In Brussels, None Directly Affected By AttacksStudents from two universities in our area were in Brussels Tuesday morning when the attacks happened, as part of their schools' study abroad programs.