PWSA Lead Letter Causes Concerns, Customers Get Busy SignalsA letter from the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority warns of high levels of lead in the drinking water of some homes.
New PWSA Director Quits After Resume QuestionedThe newly appointed executive director of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has quit after his resume was questioned.
Grey And Green Combination Seen As Solution To Region's Water WoesIn the Banksville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, they have come to fear the rain, especially a heavy rain.
Aspinwall Residents Complain Water Has "Brownish Tint"People in Aspinwall are complaining that their water has a "brownish tint."
PWSA Acting Director Speaks Out On Lead Testing, Line ReplacementThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority tested 100 at-risk homes and several exceeded the federal allowable limit for lead.
DEP Demands Action From PWSA After Tests Show Dangerous Lead Levels In Some HomesLead in the water has been a nationwide concern since the contamination in Flint, Michigan.
Five Percent Of PWSA Customers Have Unacceptable Levels Of LeadLike many, David Bear has concerns about lead in the water and so he decided to have his tested for free with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
PWSA Working To Correct Billing Problem With Electronic MetersFor more than a year, some customers of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority have been slapped with some crazy bills.
PTL Links: June 27, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: PWSA, Lee Terbosic's "Bamboozled" Show and Yelp Pittsburgh! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority Launches Effort To Eradicate Lead From PipesPittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is launching an aggressive effort to eradicate lead from its pipes.
KDKA Investigates: How To Find Out If There's Lead In Your Drinking WaterIs there lead in your drinking water? Given the crisis in the Flint, Michigan, it's a question many of us would like to have answered.
Wayward Ducklings Rescued From Sewer Grate In CarrickWith no way out, the future looked grim Thursday for some ducklings, that is until a few City of Pittsburgh workers came through.