KDKA Afternoon News
The KDKA Afternoon News remembers the Beatles invasion 50 years ago today.
O is for Oakmont and Oakland! KDKA to Z visited different locations all through the month of October. We visited the Oakmont Bakery on October 25 and celebrated Oakland on October 19th.
P is for Pleasant Hills and Plum! KDKA to Z visited Bowser in Pleasant Hills on Tuesday, October 1 and Flynn’s Tire in Plum on Friday, October 18.
S is for South Fayette, Squirrel Hill, and Southpointe! KDKA to Z visited different locations all through the month of October. We visited South Fayette’s 84 Lumber store on Friday, October 4 and Squirrel Hill’s Jewish Community Center (JCC) on Tuesday, October 15. We visited Southpointe’s Range Resources on Wednesday, October 23. We’re celebrating Sewickley on Sunday, October 27.
KDKA to Z visited different locations all through the month of October. We visited the Borough of Whitehall on Thursday, October 31. Check back to find out where KDKA to Z is headed next!
Two women who know all too well what the three women who escaped a home in Cleveland after being held for more than 10 years talked to KDKA’s Bill Rehkopf.
Sixteen years ago, Plum resident Lori Nixon’s life changed.
In case you missed the Thursday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News, here’s a recap of the action.
In case you missed the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News here are some of the highlights.
To busy to catch the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News? Maybe you want to hear that interview you enjoyed one more time? Well here’s a recap of Wednesday’s show.
Governor Tom Corbett outlined his plan for state oversight of Pennsylvania’s booming Marcellus Shale natural gas industry Monday.
New CBS evening News Anchor Scott Pelley talks about his new position.
The Pennsylvania Project details the $300 million annual cost to taxpayers to fund the General Assembly.
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.
(Photo by Kelly Newlin/U.S. Coast Guard via Getty Images) The restored Landing Ship Tank 325 left Wheeling at noon today, and is making a planned stop right here in Pittsburgh. Beaver County Times reporter Bob […]