Residents trouble by dive bombing hawks can feel better as the game commission removes the nest.
They’re adorable and they’ve captured the hearts of tens of thousands of people around the world.
Pittsburgh’s abuzz about the pair of bald eagles and their three eggs, which are just about ready to hatch.
Two or three days a week, Dana Nesiti comes down to the South Side River Trail to take photographs of Pittsburgh’s nesting eagles.
The growing problem of coyotes in the area really hit home for a family in Lawrence County.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to PA Game Commissioner Gary Fujak about the best ways to get rid of raccoons, groundhogs, rabbits, and other destructive critters.
Beth Ingram was walking her dogs tonight in Sewickley Heights Borough Park.
The shot rang out just before noon on Thursday. The slug from the hunter’s shotgun passed through a Leet Township bedroom into the bathroom, and then through the bathroom door before hitting the molding in the hallway.
Two bear sightings this weekend in or around a local shopping mall have some shoppers on edge, but game officials are ready. Frazer Police are continuing to push the second bear out of public places while the Game Commission is taking charge of the situation and is hoping to safely capture the bear.
Friday, a 100-pound bear was caught and taken to the gamelands in Marshall Township to be processed.
It’s Q&A Tuesday! KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with Kim Stolfer from the Allegheny County Sportsman’s League. Mike and Kim discussed many issues as well as taking questions from listeners.
NORTH SIDE (KDKA) — They’ve come in from the woods and the forests and made themselves at home in our yards and flower gardens. Unchecked deer populations are thriving throughout our suburbs and even our […]