The sound of water pumps pumping up to 40 million gallons of water a day from the Ohio River into the treatment tanks of the West View Water Authority is distinctive.
They’re called chasers — tow truck drivers who race to the scene of accidents. It’s clearly documented by one of them tearing through the streets on the North Side in a video posted to YouTube.
Dominic Zieilinski wasn’t paying close attention when he pulled out on Route 51 and got T-boned by a truck.
A home in Bellevue was converted into two apartments and leased out.
Your personal information is everywhere: bills, bank statements, blank checks, and even credit card offers and magazine subscriptions.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was vague as camp in Latrobe closed Thursday as to how much the starters will play Saturday in the home pre-season debut against Buffalo.
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert joins The Fan Morning Show at Steelers training camp
It probably had nothing to do with the brawl that broke out during a joint practice between the Raiders and Cowboys that spilled over into the crowd, but security was high at St. Vincent College.
What do you say we jump right to the bottom line? On June 1, 70 percent of West Penn Power customers and 47 percent of Duquesne Light customers are going to see their electric bills go up.
In television ads, Columbia Gas is telling customers about an upgrade in its natural gas pipelines across Pennsylvania.
For weeks, KDKA has been reporting stories of skyrocketing electricity bills.
Jenny Foriska of Elizabeth is typical of many consumers on variable rate plans under Pennsylvania’s choice plan.
After KDKA-TV first broke the story of skyrocketing electricity rates, suppliers have been on the hot seat.
Last Monday, KDKA told you about the Johnsons whose electricity supplier without notice tripled their electric bill to $739.
In response to a KDKA-TV report last Monday and complaints filed by nearly 800 ratepayers, the Public Utility Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to open an investigation of the doubling, tripling and quadrupling of rates by certain electricity suppliers.