Farmers Paid To Paint Anti-Smoking Message On BarnsFarmers are getting paid to paint anti-smoking messages on barns that used to be painted for tobacco companies.
Could Opioid Lawsuit Against Pharma Lead To Tobacco-Like Court Settlement?Could local lawsuits against pharmaceuticals lead to a national out-of-court settlement like big tobacco got twenty years ago?
West Virginia Senate Ships Budget, Tobacco Tax Hike To HouseWith a possible government shutdown looming, West Virginia senators have approved a budget and a bill hiking taxes on cigarettes, e-cigarettes and other tobacco products.
UPMC's Smoke-Free Shift Policy Goes Into EffectNo more smoking for UPMC employees and volunteers - at least not while they are on duty.
"Glass Gone Wow" Causes Big Upset Amongst Robinson Parents Parents call it a "Head Shop" that sells drug paraphernalia.
Parents Worried After “Headshop” Opens Next To Robinson Twp. SchoolKids at J.W. Burkett Elementary in Robinson Township memorize their times tables and their ABCs, but parents hope they learn nothing about the store across the street, which they say sells and advertises drug paraphernalia.
Local Smokers Not Bothered By CVS Dropping Tobacco ProductsIn a surprise move, the pharmacy chain CVS says it will discontinue the sale of all tobacco products on Oct. 1.
CVS Caremark To Stop Selling Tobacco ProductsCVS Caremark is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 drugstores nationwide.
Opinion: Mitt Romney The Cigarette PeddlerIt turns out that Mitt Romney made millions and saved the company he was running by peddling cigarettes in the former Soviet Union and in the United States in the early 90s.
Roll Your Own Tobacco Businesses In JeopardyEmpty a bag of loose tobacco into a rolling machine and within a minute's time it will begin filling tiny paper tubes and start spitting out cigarettes – all at a significant savings for the customers of the Rock ‘N Roll Your Own Tobacco Shop in Dormont.
Details About New Cigarette Health WarningsKDKA AM's Larry and John talk to the USDA about the graphic health images that will appear on cigarette packs.