KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to an auto technician expert about how you can save on gas.
With the steep prices for gasoline, drivers are always looking for ways to save a few pennies at the pump. However, some of the ways you think might be saving money may just be myths.
The EPA has denied a waiver that would have eased the gasoline shortage in the Pittsburgh area.
Two local officials are accused of stealing gas from their township.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Secretary Michael Krancer about gas shortage relief.
There is plenty of the winter-formula of gasoline in our area. But gas stations daring to put it in their tanks right now risk $10,000 a day fines, unless the state and federal EPA can be convinced to waive the fuel requirement temporarily.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to suppliers and listeners about gas stations running out of gas and raising prices.
Higher gas prices are hurting consumers in a lot of ways, but there’s also been an impact on the price of groceries. Inflation is back and it couldn’t come at a worse time.
Jim Craft, a professor of business administration at the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business joined Mike Pintek Monday afternoon to discuss ways to reduce commute time and prevent you from paying high gas prices as often.
MarketWatch.com’s Rith Mantell has some tips for saving money on gas – as much as 15 miles per tank.
A Westmoreland County man is facing charges after allegedly firing a gun at a woman who failed to fill up his truck with gas after using it.
Larry & John discuss how rising fuel prices will effect your daily purchases.
Paul and Rose of the KDKA Afternoon News spoke with USA Today’s Business Reporter Chris Woodyard about how to save while gas prices are eating more out of your budget.
Patrick Dehaan, the senior petroleum Analyst for Gasbuddy.com, joined KDKA’s Jim Lokay Friday night at the Home and Garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
People are looking for ways to save on gas, and Larry and John found a service that could help with your next fill up. It’s called GasBuddy, and Patrick DeHaan, fuel analyst for the service, says you […]