KDKA Radio’s Dimitri Vassilaros speaks with Congressman Tim Murphy about mental health issues.
Dr. Christian Conte joined KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek to talk about violence in life, family and relationships. Dr. Conte is a licensed professional counselor and a national certified psychologist.
Two teenagers are recovering in the hospital this Thanksgiving after overnight shootings just minutes apart in different Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore talked to former United Nations diplomat and defense contractor Gordon Duff.
The Alliance for Police Accountability’s Brandy Fisher joined Mike Pintek on NewsRadio1020 KDKA for a discussion in hopes to find a solution against violence in the Pittsburgh area.
Communities across the country marked the annual National Night Out in their own way. The event raises awareness about violence and unites neighbors to combat crime.
A recent spike in violence has McKees Rocks on edge. The community came together for a meeting Thursday night looking to take the first steps toward curbing crime in their area.
Two big names in helping victims of abuse are joining forces. It’s an effort that is sure to help countless numbers of people in our area.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore is joined in the studio by Tim Stevens and Kenneth Huston, of the Black Political Empowerment Project, in addition to Rev. Eugene “Freedom” Blackwell.
Police have issued arrest warrants for two men following separate shooting incidents, one in West Mifflin and the other in Penn Hills, overnight that left three people dead.
The mayor of Homestead says she plans on doing whatever is necessary to keep a recent surge of violence that has left four people injured from continuing in her town.
On the heels of several shootings at a South Side bar, officials plan to meet with business leaders today to look for ways to stop the recent violence in the area.
Every year, law enforcement members gather for the annual Regional Gang Awareness Conference. This year, they focused not just on gangs and terrorism, but also on preventing violence from impacting schools.
A recent string of deadly shootings prompted Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper to address the violence during a news conference today at Pittsburgh Police Headquarters.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to Valerie Dixon, who lost her son to violence ten years ago, and what message she has for the current violence in Pittsburgh.