Two local men are trying to make Pittsburgh the kindest city in America and they’re using social media to spread the word.
Have you noticed some strange things happening around town recently? Maybe somebody paid for your coffee or let you have the good parking spot at work?
Professional sports teams across the country are joining millions of people by going purple for Spirit Day, but the message isn’t being well received by some.
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks to national credit expert Paul Oster about how credit companies, insurers, and employers are using social media to make decisions about you.
Seven-year-old Zeus does not want for anything after his return home.
The two teens accused in the brutal beating of another teenager, which was captured on cell phone video, outside of the Brookline rec center have turned themselves into police.
An Armstrong County man is behind bars again on sexual assault charges after allegedly targeting the same young girl from his first arrest back in April.
A new ad for Kraft Zesty Italian dressing is causing quite the controversy with some moms.
Firefighters are at the scene of an intense house fire in Beaver County.
A secretary who says she was fired over a Facebook posting made from her home computer and on her own time is suing a West Virginia sheriff’s department for federal civil rights violations.
It’s the latest chapter of the Jesse White saga. He’s the local state representative who admitted to using online aliases to bully constituents.
A KD Investigation into state Rep. Jesse White has prompted calls from both political parties for ethic investigations.
A state lawmaker accused of using fake names online to criticize supporters of gas drilling is saying he’s sorry.
There are new developments after a KDKA investigation uncovered accusations that a state lawmaker is hiding behind online aliases to attack supporters of Marcellus Shale drilling in the area.