Grandview Golf Course in North Braddock lives up to its name — providing golfers with a stunning vista of the steel valley.
The number of trains and tanker trucks hauling highly explosive by-products from drilling through local towns has increased exponentially.
When the Mars School Board voted the idea down, it drew applause.
Officials are investigating after a Range Resources impoundment started leaking.
Public hearings on a plan for gas drilling underneath an Allegheny County Park begin today.
State geologists in Ohio have for the first time linked earthquake activity in the Marcellus Shale basin to hydraulic fracturing, confirming the suspicions of activists pushing for drilling limits in the interest of public health.
The KD Investigators exposed him posing under false identities on the Internet. That moved two people to challenge state Rep. Jesse White for his seat, but now one of those challengers is dropping out and joining forces with the other to try to get White out of office.
They’re still in eighth grade, but the shale gas industry says they’re not too young to start thinking about the future.
For years it was an eyesore in Richland Township, rusting greenhouses on the site of the former Pittsburgh Cut Flowers.
Mike Pintek was welcomed with opened arms to Moon High School today for another high school tour!
If you are from Pittsburgh you already know it’s a great, re-surging town.
John Prato is the Consulate General of Canada and he joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about why a temporary Canadian Consulate called Pop-Up Canada is opening in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh next week.
In television ads, Columbia Gas is telling customers about an upgrade in its natural gas pipelines across Pennsylvania.
Allegheny County Council is getting its first look today at a drilling agreement that would allow Range Resources to drill for natural gas below Deer Lakes Park in West Deer Township.
People fighting a proposed frackwater treatment plant sounded off Thursday night.
In the front yard of Pam Chappell’s house there’s a sign asking Hanover Township supervisors to say “no” to something she says will change her neighborhood forever.