This may come as a bit of a shock, but Thursday is the first day of spring.
The extremely cold winter we’re having is affecting wildlife and causing a rare sight in Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Days when the temperature dips near or below zero, AAA knows they are going to get more service calls than usual. Wednesday morning’s commute was no different.
A UPMC doctor feels that if you start feeling sick, you should stay home and stop infecting those around you.
Since Monday, operators at the City of Pittsburgh’s 311phone bank and Allegheny County’s 211 phone bank have been on standby to take calls from anyone in the area with a weather-related problem.
With the weather dropping to a new record cold, many people have chosen to stay indoors. What are some precautions you should be taking?
With Monday bringing about extreme cold temperatures, many areas will open warming centers for anyone in need.
Have you ever felt like you’ve lost control of your car while driving in the snow? A Pitt Race Instructor gives some tips to make drivers more safe in the winter conditions.
During a cold snap, heart attacks go up.
Getting stranded in morning rush hour traffic is one thing.
Early morning temperatures dipped into the teens, which made for a rude awakening for commuters.
Don’t be fooled by that bright sunshine – the days of record heat in March are over as much more seasonal temperatures make a comeback.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – During extreme cold, you might find yourself huffing and puffing. “I think it’s the wind. It hits you right in the face. It’s hard to catch your breath,” says Brian Reft of […]