The 2013 edition of the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings is out, and some local universities and colleges once again made the grade.
Many college students dread moving into the dorm because of the cinder block walls, cramped quarters and few comforts of home. However, that’s hardly what is waiting for upperclassmen students at Duquesne University.
Express Scripts, the nation’s No. 1 pharmacy benefits management company, got the go-ahead from the Federal Trade Commission to merge with No. 2-ranked Medco Health Solutions. Both companies are leaders in filling mail order prescription drugs.
After a rough couple of days for the Duquesne men’s basketball program, head coach Ron Everhart has been released after six seasons and a 99-89 record.
Duquesne University has announced that Ron Everhart will not be retained as the head men’s basketball coach.
Duquesne students have the option of a new kind of flu shot — one that doesn’t involve a needle. “I hate needles, first and foremost, so the needleless injection was kind of a no-brainer for me,” admits Zack Sabella.
While Hurricane Irene batters the east coast, don’t let the nice weather here fool you. Higher gasoline prices in this area could be the result.
A local university claims its insurance company violated some deeply held beliefs when it reimbursed certain drug expenses.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Pirates left hander Joe Beimel will join Altoona on an MLB rehab assignment, the Pirates announced today. Beimel, 34, is currently on the disabled list with left elbow inflammation and recently pitched a […]
The music has gone silent on Pittsburgh’s only jazz station. At midnight, WDUQ FM began an all-news talk format and signed off its jazz programming.
uquesne University is hosting a conference to question whether environmental toxins affect human neuro-development.
PITTSBURGH (NEWSRADIO 1020 KDKA) — Duquesne University political science professor Dr. Kent Moors joined KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek Wednesday afternoon to discuss his new book “The Vega Factor: Oil Volatility and the Next Global Crisis.” […]
If you’re a Citizens Bank customer, those monthly statements that you get in the mail are about to cost you.
Architecture buffs who live around Pittsburgh are treated to some of the most exquisite buildings in the country.
Energy independence was once again the recurring theme; spike in natural gas stocks and the promise to expand U.S. oil production and exploration.