When the Mars School Board voted the idea down, it drew applause.
Officials are investigating after a Range Resources impoundment started leaking.
Public hearings on a plan for gas drilling underneath an Allegheny County Park begin today.
The KD Investigators exposed him posing under false identities on the Internet. That moved two people to challenge state Rep. Jesse White for his seat, but now one of those challengers is dropping out and joining forces with the other to try to get White out of office.
Allegheny County Council is getting its first look today at a drilling agreement that would allow Range Resources to drill for natural gas below Deer Lakes Park in West Deer Township.
These are boom times for shale gas exploration but towns and municipalities like South Fayette Township are concerned that it should be controlled and limited, adopting zoning ordinances that would keep drilling away from schools and residential areas.
Today is final day for the public to submit comments about gas drilling at Pittsburgh International Airport.
A Washington County attorney says he plans to challenge Pa. Rep. Jesse White in the Democratic Primary.
On the Thursday edition of the Inside Story with Marty Griffin, Rob Pratte once again filled in and talked with Pennsylvania State Sen. Elder Vogel.
Cecil Township Supervisor Elizabeth Cowden had a very personal reason for making the four-hour trip from Washington County to Harrisburg Tuesday.
Several local municipalities will soon be paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in Marcellus Shale gas drilling fees.
Murrysville officials say they have not been contacted by a drilling company regarding the Marcellus Shale drilling rights on land at the community park.
Range Resources’ Mark Wendell joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino for the Marcellus Shale hour. They were joined by Executive Vice President of Heckmann Water Resources John Lucey and Principal Geologist of Stantec Consulting Mike Teeling.
In the fierce debates over the safety of fracking for natural gas, one group is giving both sides a chance to make their points.
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.