Gov. Wolf Takes On UPMC For Its Low PayOn KDKA Radio Tuesday morning, Gov. Tom Wolf criticized UPMC for failing to pay its employees adequately, contrasting the salaries of the highest paid to the average at UPMC with what he paid his employees when he owned and operated a company.
Bucs Beat Walker In ArbitrationNeil Walker will make $2.25 million more than he did last season.
Strip District Restaurant To Institute “No Tipping” PolicyTucked into an old fire station in the Strip District, Bar Marco prides itself on doing things differently.
The College Perspective: Is College Worth the Cost?At some point every high school student will ask, “Do I need to go to college?
Re-Sign AJ Burnett? Colin Dunlap Says Bucs Should Take A Long LookAces in baseball make a lot of money, especially when they hit the free agency market.
Former PSU President Was Highest Paid Among Public CollegesFormer Penn State President Graham Spanier became the highest paid public college president of 2011-12 when he was forced out over his handling of the sex abuse scandal involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, according to a survey released Sunday.
Colin Dunlap: Harrison Release The Right CallJames Harrison is out of a job. And the Steelers are better for it. James Harrison played for the Steelers for a decade. And the Steelers are better for it.
KD Investigation: Superintendent Salaries On The RiseSchools are being closed, teachers are being laid off and programs are being cut as more school districts struggle with budget shortfalls. However, a KDKA investigation found that the pay and compensation for school superintendents in the region is quickly on the rise.
State Budget Includes Salary Increases For LegislatorsWhen it came to cutting funds to education and virtually every state department, the state legislature didn't spare the axe except when it came to their own salaries.
State AFSCME Workers Could See Pay CutDavid Fillman, the executive director of council 13 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, checked in this evening with KDKA Radio's Robert Mangino.