Dealing With Family Members That Drive You Crazy This ThanksgivingAfter the election, some people have a lot of anxiety and angst about sitting down with their family for Thanksgiving.
Vice President Biden: 'American People Are Better' Than This ElectionVice President Joe Biden says it is important that the country comes together after Tuesday, no matter who wins.
KDKA's Larry Richert Gets 'Cupping' Treatment Live On AirDr. Michelle Tucker, a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, joined the “KDKA Morning News” in studio to explain how the "cupping" process works.
The KDKA Morning Show Brings Back The Bucs - March 31The "KDKA Morning News" wrapped up their trip to Bradenton with an all-star cast of Pirates on their final day.
KDKA Radio Hosting 8th Annual WarmathonFor the eighth year, the Dollar Energy Fund is hosting the Warmathon.
Effort Growing To Build Broadcasting Museum In PittsburghNovember 2, 1920. Presidential election results. The first commercial radio broadcast was inspired by Westinghouse engineer Frank Conrad.
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Editorial: Buctober in PittsburghKDKA General Manager Michael Young looks back at a third consecutive play off appearance for the Pirates and despite an early exit there are positive signs for 2016.
Bishop Zubik: Atmosphere 'Electric' Around Pope FrancisBishop David Zubik joined the "KDKA Morning News" live from the south lawn of the White House Wednesday morning in anticipation of the pope’s first address since arriving in the United States.
Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette Says Vick Was Best Backup QB AvailableThe signing of Michael Vick has become a hot button issue in town with his past conviction for dog fighting.
Hines Ward Giving Out Positive Athlete Award To Local TeensHines Ward talks about his Positive Athlete Awards and voices his opinion on the Tom Brady punishment in his "deflategate" role.
Scotty McCreery Helping Support the American Cancer Society
50 Years Later, Reporter Recalls Covering March That Changed U.S. HistoryFifty years ago, thousands of marchers were about to enter Montgomery, Alabama, the state capital, in a march from Selma in a movement to secure voting rights that would change history.