Duquesne Light Launches Time-Of-Use ProgramA new program from Duquesne Light is helping people lower their electric bills.
Four-Alarm Fire Destroys 2 Homes, Damages 3 Others In WilkinsburgFirefighters had their hands full with a four-alarm fire in Wilkinsburg early Wednesday morning.
Hundreds Of Vets Turn Out For Job Fair At Heinz FieldHundreds of veterans turned out Thursday for a special job fair at Heinz Field focused on this region's vets and the special skills they offer.
PTL Links: March 7, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Bakn, Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show & Dr. Lori, Antiques Appraiser! Click for more information about today's guests!
Legislator Introduces Smart Meter Privacy Bill Aimed At Protecting ConsumersSmart technology has revolutionized so many parts of our everyday lives.
Electric Bill Spikes Blamed On Smart MetersIt's a slow roll-out, but over 160,000 so-called smart meters have been installed by Duquesne Light.
Woman Shocked After Getting $900 Electric Bill In MailWhen Cindy Landman turns on her light switch, she doesn't expect to get an electric bill for $916.81 from Duquesne Light.
Pittsburgh Zoo Closed By Power Outage, Transformer ProblemThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium has closed for the day due to a power outage.
Duquesne Light Installing New Smart Meters Throughout RegionThe old Duquesne Light meters are about to become a thing of the past.
Power Back On At Mercy Hospital After OutagePower has been full restored to UPMC Mercy Hospital after an outage had the facility running on a backup generator for a few hours on Wednesday afternoon and evening.
North Side Transformer Failure Knocks Out Power To Route 65 Traffic LightsA downed tree caused a transformer to fail on the North Side overnight, which knocked out power to traffic lights on Route 65 and hundreds of customers.
Duquesne Light Breaker Failure Affects Parts Of DowntownDuquesne Light is investigating a breaker failure that affected several Pittsburgh neighborhoods Tuesday morning.