Tuesday marked the 40th Aniversary of Roe vs. Wade and Bill Rehkopf talked to a pair of organizations for their thoughts.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority opened bids Wednesday morning from gas exploration companies vying to drill in Marcellus Shale deposits at two airports.
President of Washington County Chamber of Commerce Jeff Kotula and KDKA Radio host Robert Mangino discuss poll results of our region on Marcellus Shale and drilling.
Although it was built to be a major hub in airline transportation, much of Pittsburgh International is now an empty shell.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino was joined in the studio by Matt Pitzarella of Range Resources for the Marcellus Shale Hour.
Join us on October 11 for an expo and town hall meeting at the Western Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Expo.
It’s a word few us knew about three years ago, but one that now provokes raw emotion. Fracking is the use of water and chemicals to extract natural gas from shale formations under the ground.
Harry and George Kehm stopped by the studios to talk about the oil business and where it is going and the use of natural gas in the future.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he’s adopting some major recommendations of his Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Commission. If the legislature approves, it will include a new impact fee on shale drilling.
Just one day after Peters Township council unanimously voted to let a judge decide whether a referendum to ban natural gas drilling can appear on the November ballot, the township solicitor went to court hoping to block such a referendum.
Alex Lotorto is an organizer with Marcellusprotest.org and he supports a ban on drilling.
Want to land a job in the shale drilling industry? The Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling industry is hiring!
The primary election is less than two weeks away and the battle between the two Democrats for Allegheny County Executive is heating up over the natural gas drilling debate.
There are growing concerns about the safety of Marcellus Shale drilling in our area. Now, Pennsylvania is considering legislation to put stricter safety requirements on the industry.
The president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, which represents natural gas companies, said the group now believes the natural gas exploration industry is partly responsible for rising levels of contaminants found in area drinking water.