There’s a warning from Consumer Reports about microwave ovens that the magazine’s experts believe can turn on by themselves and start fires.
Pittsburgh Steelers fan favorite Brett Keisel stops by the KDKA-TV Studio with more information on his annual Shear The Beard charity event!
You’ve heard by now about Dawn Hochsprung, the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. She was killed when she confronted the gunman who invaded her school. Now, her cousin – who lives in the Pittsburgh area – is talking about her.
The United States premiere of the made-in-Pittsburgh thriller, “Jack Reacher,” starring Tom Cruise is this Saturday at the Southside Works.
It’s been a remarkable year for KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen. Last Nov. 20, while out running with friends, she collapsed on the street – a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. We’ve shared the story of the strangers who stepped in and saved her life.
Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the Republican-turned-Democrat who played a key role in many Supreme Court nominations, has died. He was 82.
As KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen returns to work this week, we’re sharing the story of why she’s been away since late November. In the first installment, Ken Rice told the story of how Susan collapsed while running, went into cardiac arrest and likely owes her life to the strangers who stopped and performed CPR. Up next, a look at the challenges she still faces, as well as a pretty powerful lesson for all of us.
A few short months ago, the odds were heavily stacked against her survival and her chances of resuming a normal life; but as KDKA-TV News Anchor Susan Koeppen returns to work at the anchor desk for the first time since November, she’s sharing her story in the hopes that it may inspire more people to learn what to do to save a life.
More than 100 local police officers hit the golf course Monday at South Hills Country Club. They came together to raise money for a fellow officer who was shot in the line of duty.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Long before she’d ever report the news, 16-year-old Patrice King Brown was making news – winning the Miss Teenage Pittsburgh Contest in 1971. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette noted the Langley High School cheerleader’s […]