The following KDKA editorial discusses the Franklin Regional HIgh School knife attack.
The following KDKA editorial is discussing the excitement that the city of Pittsburgh has for their Pittsburgh Pirates baseball season because of last year’s success.
The following KDKA editorial is discussing the rise in drug overdose deaths, and the latest plan to reduce this statistic.
The following editorial explains why Mayor Bill Peduto feels that Pittsburgh needs an “exit plan” to deal with issues like debt and pension liability.
This KDKA editorial talks about the precautions that the Peduto administration will be taking on Saturday for St. Patrick’s Day.
The following KDKA editorial is discussing how many Pennsylvania townships, boroughs, and municipalities are at risk of bankruptcy.
KDKA Warmathon raised over 300 thousand dollars this year for many people who are barely making ends meet when it comes to paying their utilities.
The latest KDKA Editorial is about the future of the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon Township
The latest KDKA Editorial is about Pittsburgh’s New Mayor
How will you remember 2013? After two decades of losses – the Pirates not only had a winning season – But made it into post-season play – And the phrase, “Raise it!” became part of […]
The state legislature has finally passed it – A bill to raise more than 2-billion dollars a year – To repair Pennsylvania’s roads and bridges – and fund mass transit. The money will come from […]
Kids fight. It’s something police and school administrators understand. A neighborhood dispute can trigger a fight in school. Bad blood between kids in school can cause problems in the neighborhood. Plus – these days – […]
It took 150 years, but a Pennsylvania newspaper said Thursday it should have recognized the greatness of President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address at the time it was delivered.
Pittsburgh will have a new mayor in January – And it’s already clear he will be very different from the current one. Bill Peduto has been thinking about the job for months – At least […]
It’s been nearly a year since the Veterans Administration finally ‘fessed up” – That there was – and had been – an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease at its Pittsburgh hospitals. At least twenty-one patients got […]