Peduto Proposing Tax, Rate, Fee IncreasesIf you live or do business in the City of Pittsburgh, start preparing to dig a little deeper because you'll be paying more to do either next year.
PASSHE Chancellor Worries Bill Could Splinter School SystemA bill that would let universities leave the state system of higher education is expected next week in the state legislature.
Study: Treatment, Care For Dementia More Costly Than Heart Disease, CancerNew research shows dementia is more costly than heart disease or cancer.
Consumer Reports: Cut Down On Prescription Drug Costs By Shopping AroundMany people choose their pharmacy for reasons other than price. But shopping around on your prescription drugs can pay off.
Bomb Scares Escalate, Could Cost Pitt ThousandsThe ongoing bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh are beginning to take a toll.
KDKA Radio's Robert Mangino Talks Prison CostsKDKA Radio's Robert Mangino speaks to Senator Stewart Greenleaf, PA Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman. They discuss the current cost of the prison system.
Parking Problems: Not Enough SpaceKDKA Radio's Robert Mangino talks to Pittsburgh City Councilman William Peduto about how parking in downtown Pittsburgh could improve.
Geothermal Cuts Consumers’ Heating, Cooling BillsIf you want an eco-friendly replacement for your old, electric heat pump that could end up cutting your home cooling and heating bills in half, then a Geothermal system just may be the way to go.
Consumer Reports Finds New Tools To Cut Food BillsGrocery bills are soaring with prices for staples like bread, eggs and coffee up more than 30 percent in the last five years, and that's why it's more important than ever to sniff out savings. Consumer Reports ShopSmart has lots of new and easier ways to save.
Reports Detail Costs For Poplawski TrialNew details have been released about how much the murder trial of Richard Poplawski actually cost.
G-20 Summit Cost Still Having Impact On City BudgetPittsburgh City Council has been looking over the costs of the G-20 Summit held here in September of 2009 and found that they were not as high as expected.