The latest YouTube video fad, “gallon smashing” has spread to supermarkets in Pennsylvania.
A man out on bond for alleged threats against a state trooper is now in trouble for allegedly threatening the same trooper again.
Facebook is changing again. This time the company says they are focused on clearing the clutter, and creating “a personalized newspaper.”
Commonwealth Press is a little shop on the South Side with a distinctive Pittsburgh touch. Though owner, Dan Rugh, competes with online screen printers, a laid back atmosphere lures customers to his old-time brick and mortar shop. Speaking of bricks, he arrived Tuesday morning to find a smashed display window.
A local police chief in Somerset County has been suspended without pay after a controversial picture of him surfaced on the Internet.
Police say a Moon Township woman decided to use toys as weapons, and she was arrested for assault.
Looking for a fish fry? Well, now there’s a map to help you.
Here’s a recap of the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News in case you missed anything.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Eric Lowry, owner of Pittsburgh Tactical Firearms, about his gun giveaway, as well as gun owners’ rights.
The Hollywood Theater in Dormont has to raise $75,000 by the end of this year to switch over to digital projectors or it will have to close its doors.
Don’t think you’re too smart to get taken. Some of the newest scams have twists and turns you might never expect.
Attention Facebook users, the social media company may owe you money.
Food chain Buffalo Wild Wings finds itself in the middle of a controversy, after gun bans pop up at company-owned restaurants.
A man was arrested Tuesday, accused of threatening a state trooper after an arrest last year.
Here’s a recap of Monday’s KDKA Afternoon News.