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?
On Tuesday’s show, Mike spoke with David Meieran about a recent meeting where supporters and protestors of Marcellus Shale drilling clashed.
Nearly 35 million Americans are hitting the road this weekend for a Memorial Day getaway.
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.