The 2014 Auto Show brought all the big dealers in the city together to share the new cars coming out this year. Rob Cochran, President and CEO of #1 Cochran Automotive, talked with Mike Pintek about the new cars on his 21 dealership lots.
The 2014 Warmathon has raised enough money to keep the heat on for 835 local, low income families. So far, 5,300 families have been helped by The Dollar Energy Fund since 2009.
As many people across the world become addicted to drugs, and locally people are dying from ultra-strong batches of heroin, one expert says we are misinformed about drugs and addiction.
As we get older we take less care on preventative vaccines, but the CDC is hoping to inform more adults about vaccines can prevent shingles, pneumonia, and cancer.
Although Valerie Gatto holds the title of Miss Pennsylvania USA and has aspirations of winning the Miss USA Pageant, she insists she’s more than just another pretty face.
Dr. Frank Viggiano is a gadget guru and dedicates his time to finding and researching all the new technology. Today he discusses the Double Robot, G-Flex cellphone, the curved Ultra High Definition TV and Phone Soap.
Killer heroin has entered in to the Pittsburgh area, while medical marijuana is at the top of the conversation list. Dr. Neil Capretto comments on these and more drug problems.
Don’t worry, if your pipes are frozen, they won’t leak. But what happens when you need to thaw them? Bob Tudi of Tudi Mechanical Systems is here to give you some helpful advice.
Woodland Hills School District has been chosen by the American Association of Administrators as one of 10 school districts nationwide to participate in a private partnership initiative to explore discipline alternatives.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD, is also known as with winter blues, or even summer depression. But have no fear there are some techniques that can help you muddle through the sadness.
Employers are battling between allowing e-cigarettes in the workplace or banning them like traditional cigarettes.
PennDOT is looking for companies that they can pay to take care of some bridges around the state.
A bi-partisan bill to legalize marijuana when prescribed by a doctor has been introduced by Republican PA Sen. Mike Folmer of Lebanon County and Democratic PA Sen. Daylin Leach of Montgomery County.
“Every day that these kids aren’t getting the medicine they need is a day of their life they’ll never get back,” Sen. Daylin Leach discussing legalizing medical marijuana in PA.
A UPMC doctor feels that if you start feeling sick, you should stay home and stop infecting those around you.