A letter from the Pirates to a young boy seeking an autograph from second baseman and Pittsburgh native Neil Walker is creating a buzz on social media.
A western Pennsylvania teen will spend four years on probation for bleaching 18 $5 bills that he reprinted as $100s and spent at several businesses.
They end up in scrap yards, dorm rooms and trash bins, and their absence is costing the City of Pittsburgh thousands of dollars.
Consol Energy has cut roads through forested lands to reach six pads designed to support 45 wells to extract natural gas under and near the Pittsburgh International Airport.
The state subsidy for the Allegheny County crime lab has dwindled from about seven million dollars down to zero in recent years. A number of officials told legislators from Harrisburg what could happen if that doesn’t change.
A Monroeville woman is $2,000 poorer after she was targeted in a telephone scam.
Two of the nation’s three largest dollar discount stores are joining forces.
Politicians love to hand out checks, but this one was different.
Every day millions of letters are delivered to our homes.
The National Football League has agreed to pay cash awards to any player who suffers from dementia and other diseases linked to head hits.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Does it feel like the money you earn doesn’t go as far as it once did? In his new book “Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy – and What We Can Do About It”, Steve Forbes says that it doesn’t.
The Chairman and Editor in Chief for Forbes Media and former presidential candidate joined KDKA’s Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the current state of the economy.
A judge has awarded $508,000 to the attorneys who represented the parents of a therapist fatally shot at a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital.
A councilman is calling for the demolition of a Connellsville building that has been called a safety hazard.
Tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike will increase in January for the seventh consecutive year.
Signing an executive order Monday afternoon, President Barack Obama stretched out the repayment of federal student loans — capping repayments at 10 percent of monthly income — and he called on Congress to do more to help.