KDKA-TV's Harold Hayes Retires After 40 Years In BroadcastingAfter 40 years in broadcasting, veteran KDKA-TV reporter Harold Hayes is retiring.
KDKA Broadcaster Wayne Van Dine Passes Away At 77Legendary broadcaster Wayne Van Dine died Friday, at the age of 77, after a battle with cancer.
Free Care Fund Telethon Today On KDKA-TV NewsYou can help provide children and their families with the funds to get great care at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Wendy King, Former Co-Host Of KDKA's "Party Line", Dies At 92Long-time listeners of KDKA Radio would remember Ed and Wendy King, the husband-wife duo that pioneered the popular nighttime talk show “Party Line” from 1951 to 1971.
KDKA-TV Debuts New Main News SetKDKA is proud to introduce the station's new main news set, which debuted during the 4 p.m. newscast on Oct. 26, 2015.
Take The #YearbookChallenge To Benefit KDKA Turkey FundIn an effort to help even more people this year, KDKA-TV has started the #YearbookChallenge.
Former Pirates Broadcaster Milo Hamilton Dies At 88Milo Hamilton, a Hall of Fame broadcaster who called Hank Aaron's historic 715th home run in 1974, has died.
Colbert Using New Platform To Mix Comedy, Current Events, PoliticsStephen Colbert is finally taking the stage as the new host of “The Late Show on CBS.”
New “Late Show” Host Stephen Colbert (Almost) Passes Pittsburgh TestIt's been about three and a half months since David Letterman retired from "The Late Show." But Tuesday night, on KDKA, it's the beginning of a new chapter with a new host.
Bring Your Finds To Heinz History Center For "Pittsburgh's Hidden Treasures"Appraisers will be back to appraise your old antiques.
Kids Hone Football Skills At Annual Ben Roethlisberger Summer CampDozens of kids are kicking off their summer break this weekend with a little football.
Movie Review: Jurassic WorldBigger, louder and more teeth: That’s the best way to describe Universal Pictures new film Jurassic World.