A Fayette County woman faces charges, accused of having sex with a 14 year old boy.
Police have charged a 40-year-old Latrobe woman with having sex with a 13-year-old boy and then making him fake a toothache so he could get painkillers for her.
A North Allegheny High School female rowing coach has been charged with sexual assault for having a relationship with a student.
An investigation is underway after a Springdale police officer was caught on camera, sleeping in his squad car.
Police say a western prostitution suspect asked an undercover officer to sing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” with her before other police swooped in to arrest her.
A state welfare worker is facing charges after allegedly offering benefits in exchange for sex.
A suspended western Pennsylvania high school English teacher has been jailed on charges he sent sexually-charged text messages to five students, and fondled or had sexual contact with some of the girls, including one whose grade he promised to improve in exchange for a sex act.
KDKA-AM’s Larry Richert talks to Brian Shivler, founder of Rescue Hope, about how his organization is raising awareness of child sex trafficking happening in the United States and our area.
Sex, masturbation, and orgasm: not exactly what you would typically find being taught in a chapel, but that’s what took place Wednesday night at Allegheny College’s Ford Memorial Chapel.
Here’s a recap of the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Pittsburgh City Councilman Doug Shields plans to unveil legislation that could curb illicit sexual practices in Pittsburgh.
On Monday’s show, KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with Jennifer Wright Knust, the Author of “Unprotected Texts: The Bible’s Surprising Contradictions about Sex and Desire.” “I don’t think we can look to the Bible to […]
Larry and John talk to a local cardiologist about a new survey linking frequency of sex and exercise with heart attacks.
If you’re in the mood for love, you may not want to jump into things with wild abandon. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that getting a bit more healthy is advisable before straining your heart.
Handwriting identification expert Michelle Dresbold checked in with Mike Romigh this evening on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA.