(NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – You may have noticed your electricity bill has jumped up in the past few months and if you haven’t you may be in for a surprise June 1st.
Senior Communications Specialist Brian Knavish joined Larry Richert and John Shumway on the KDKA Morning News to talk about why prices are going up and how you can avoid it.
Officials are warning the public, after thieves stole $3,000 worth of cash and jewelry out of a local woman’s home.
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.
Duquesne Light is warning customers about a scam that appears to be targeting local businesses.
The 2014 Warmathon has raised enough money to keep the heat on for 835 local, low income families. So far, 5,300 families have been helped by The Dollar Energy Fund since 2009.
When KDKA checked in on 2-year-old Brooklyn Wednesday night at her family’s Monroeville home, she was wrapped in a blanket. No heat.
Duquesne Light says scam artists continue to target its customers. They now have a new warning about what you need to watch out for.
Power was knocked out Tuesday night for about two and a half hours in the Prospect Terrace housing development in East Pittsburgh, leaving residents to deal with the extreme cold without heat.
A transmission tower stands silhouetted against a frosty sky. The sub-zero digits during this record-breaking cold are demanding a lot of juice to keep warm, especially with our neighbors in the northeast.
Duquesne Light is investigating after experiencing power outages in the East End.
The tops of seventeen 40-year-old Blue Spruce trees in Joanne Robinson’s Penn Hills yard have been lopped off by a tree service subcontractor for Duquesne Light.
A man was injured after he lost control of his pickup truck and crashed near a Duquesne Light substation in Beltzhoover early Thursday morning.
Monday was hot and humid and that won’t change much in the near future.
About 13,000 people were left without power after severe storms rolled through Pittsburgh Tuesday night.
Some people were left in the dark overnight.