A public hearing was held Thursday night on controversial tax breaks for UPMC.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are teaming up with UPMC to build a first-of-its-kind sports performance center and practice rink in Cranberry Township.
Injecting stem cells into the brain of someone who has had a stroke is a hot button issue. Is it safe? Can it be done? That’s what researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are trying to find out.
When UPMC closed its Braddock hospital, its focus was on building this new 156-bed facility to serve the health needs of suburban communities east of Pittsburgh.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to neurologist Dr Joseph Maroon about the continuing discussion about kids and concussions.
Robert Fandray, 68, of Greenfield, had a six-way bypass at UPMC Shadyside Hospital December 15th and was told he was going to have a full recovery. Two days later, something went horribly wrong.
If you or someone you know suffers from chronic headaches or migraines then you know sometimes the pain is so bad you’ll do almost anything to get relief. For some people, that means a drive northwest of Pittsburgh for an experimental treatment.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Governor Tom Corbett about the deal he brokered between Highmark and UPMC, as well as some news on public transportation funding.
It’s been a nasty battle for months, and it has caused some big fears for patients, employers and doctors; but now, there’s a deal between UPMC and Highmark.
UPMC and Highmark are agreeing to another extension on a contract that will keep the groups’ hospitals and doctors in the insurance network through the end of 2014.
A year has passed since police officer Jim Kuzak responded to a home invasion in Clairton, and now he takes another big step in his recovery.
A man accused of threatening UPMC employees over the phone will stand trial. Louis Lombardi, of McKees Rocks, will stand trial for harassment, stalking and terroristic threats.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is promising a full investigation following allegations that a county mental health employee refused to admit Western Psych killer John Shick for treatment.
John Shick was mentally ill, angry, seeking revenge and on the wrong medications – a man who needed to be committed to a mental hospital. That’s what a UPMC doctor who felt threatened by Shick believed when he tried to commit Shick for treatment two weeks before the shooting at Western Psych and couldn’t.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to PA Department of Insurance Secretary Michael Corsedine about the details of the Highmark-West Penn Allegheny Health System merger and what it will mean to you.
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