Gasoline prices continue to rise this week and the price could go higher if lawmakers approve Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan to raise the cap on the state’s oil franchise tax.
The food and gas retailer Giant Eagle will no longer offer its foodperks program to customers after Feb. 13.
Dozens of firefighters and emergency responders spent the morning looking for a possible gas leak.
The mayor of Braddock went going door to door on Wednesday making certain residents with no gas service have some sort of heat.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority opened bids Wednesday morning from gas exploration companies vying to drill in Marcellus Shale deposits at two airports.
Multiple people in East Pittsburgh were sickened by carbon monoxide poisoning Thursday afternoon.
A Bridgeville neighborhood was evacuated after authorities learned of a man’s plan to commit suicide Tuesday morning.
Those who sell gasoline in the Pittsburgh area say they can’t put numbers on it yet, but they do know we are using less gas.
Even though gas prices are dropping, wouldn’t it be nice to fill up for free?
Check out these tips from EcoMedia on how to save energy on the road, which in turn could help you spend less on gas.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Duquesne University economics professor Dr Antony Davies about the realities of rising gas prices.
Trying to find the best prices at the pump? KDKA.com has compiled links to help out!
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino discusses with Rep. Michael Sturla, D-Lancaster County, about the various issues surrounding the influx of Marcellus shale gas workers.
No doubt you’ve been there. Your grill is loaded with food, a hungry crowd is waiting to eat and you run out of gas. Consumer Reports has the lowdown on some products designed to help you avoid this barbecue blunder.
If you’ve filled up lately, you know gas prices are coming down. The local average is now $3.60 a gallon, down more than 20 cents in the past month. The national average has dropped to $3.54, but we’re still paying nearly a dollar more a gallon than we were last year at this time. Those prices may be dropping, but how would you like to pay absolutely nothing for gas?