West Penn Power
More than 8,000 people were without power in Westmoreland County Monday evening.
Local utility companies have changed their policy, and say they will now allow a Butler County town to honor their fallen military members.
A controversy is brewing in Butler County where residents want to honor fallen military members like other communities do.
Hundreds of ash trees in Western Pennsylvania have been especially hard-hit by invasive beetles.
Severe weather tore through the area this afternoon prompting tornado and thunderstorm warnings and leaving behind uprooted trees and property damage in West Deer in Allegheny County and Jackson Center in Mercer County.
Police believe they know who’s responsible for a string of copper thefts across several counties in our area.
(NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – You may have noticed your electricity bill has jumped up in the past few months and if you haven’t you may be in for a surprise June 1st.
Senior Communications Specialist Brian Knavish joined Larry Richert and John Shumway on the KDKA Morning News to talk about why prices are going up and how you can avoid it.
What do you say we jump right to the bottom line? On June 1, 70 percent of West Penn Power customers and 47 percent of Duquesne Light customers are going to see their electric bills go up.
Almost 10,000 people in western Pennsylvania are without power after high winds knocked down trees and power lines.
There is now closure for the family of a Westmoreland County woman who was killed when a power line fell on top of her in 2009.
A record-setting award has been handed down for the family of a Westmoreland County woman electrocuted when a power line fell on her. The jury awarded $109 million, which a judge says is the largest award in the history of Allegheny County.
Closing arguments were held Wednesday in a lawsuit against West Penn Power. The family of Carrie Goretzka is suing over a power line that fell on the woman and killed her in 2009.
Local utility crews have mobilized their workers in preparation for widespread power outages anticipated from Superstorm Sandy.
The Appliance Turn-In Program is offering cash for some of your trash.
PennDOT as well as utility companies are ready for the wintry mix that’s moving across our area. Road crews spent much of Friday pre-treating roads by applying a salt brine to the pavement so that ice won’t bond to the surface.