Pittsburgh Tech Company Aiming To Help Recovering Addicts With Wearable DeviceA new, wearable device is the brainchild of a local tech company called Behaivior, which is located at Carnegie Mellon University.
Woman Jailed After Heroin Overdose Working To Get Sober For Herself & 3 KidsRikki Ours was arrested when police found her lying on top of her infant after overdosing on heroin. Now, she's fighting to get sober once and for all.
‘Scared Straight’ Program In Glassport Aims To Show Effects Of Drug AddictionOrganizers of an event called the “Reality Tour” were hoping to get the message across that even a small amount of drugs could kill you.
FDA-Approved Implant Helping Patients Battle Opioid AddictionRecently, the FDA approved an implant that delivers a slow, but steady dose of buprenorphine over six months. It's called a Probuphine implant.
Experts: Many Americans Have Secret Bank Accounts, Credit CardsDoes your spouse have a secret bank account or credit card?
Wrestler Kurt Angle Launches App To Help Those Dealing With AddictionAs an Olympic gold medalist, professional wrestling champion, and movie star, Kurt Angle has had more career success than most people can dream of.
KDKA Investigates: Fatal ODs Reach Another All-Time High In 2016At the Onala Club in Pittsburgh’s West End, alcoholics and drug addicts meet about their common problem of addiction and strive to overcome it.
Outgoing U.S. Attorney David Hickton: 'It's Time To Pass The Baton'U.S. Attorney David Hickon talks with KDKA's Marty Griffin on Monday's show about his decision to resign.
Fantasy Sports Not All Fun & Games For SomeWhen it comes to sports, sometimes the fantasy is better than the reality. These days, tons of people participate in fantasy sports leagues. But for some, it's not all fun and games.
Dozens Rappel Down Westin Hotel To Raise Addiction Awareness Thrill-seekers were out in full force today in Downtown Pittsburgh as they had a chance to rappel down a 27-story building
Westmoreland Co. Looking To Tackle Addiction Issues With Drug CourtExperts say people dealing with hardcore addiction issues and the judicial system have a pattern of arrest, court, jail, release – arrest, court, jail, release.
FDA Moves To Regulate E-CigarettesThe Food and Drug Administration is taking the first step toward regulating electronic cigarettes.