Newsradio 1020 KDKA Celebrates Pittsburgh's 'Firsts'Newsradio 1020 KDKA is celebrating the Pittsburgh Bicentennial by highlighting the history, the energy, the people, places and things that make Pittsburgh the exciting, growing, always high ranking in ‘important categories’ city that it is.
Effort Growing To Build Broadcasting Museum In PittsburghNovember 2, 1920. Presidential election results. The first commercial radio broadcast was inspired by Westinghouse engineer Frank Conrad.
Historic Westinghouse Atom Smasher Comes DownIt's a historic landmark, a five-story reminder to Westinghouse's pioneering start into nuclear power that stood above Forest Hills for decades.
FBI Releases New Details In Cyber Espionage CaseInvestigators release new details today in a cyber-espionage operation that allegedly targeted several United States companies, nearly all of them based in the Pittsburgh area.
Prosecutors: Chinese Targeted Pennsylvania FirmsA federal prosecutor in Pittsburgh is involved in a major cyber-espionage prosecution being announced by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder at a news conference this morning.
LED Light Bulbs Recalled Over Fire HazardA popular type of LED light bulbs is being recalled because they could be a fire hazard.
Ceiling Fan RecallThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says Westinghouse is recalling 7,000 ceiling fans over safety concerns.
Westinghouse Recalls Ceiling Fans Over Safety ConcernsThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says Westinghouse is recalling 7,000 ceiling fans over safety concerns.
Will Japan Crisis Impact Westinghouse?The sheer size of its new corporate headquarters in Cranberry will tell you Westinghouse is a major force in the region's economy, but will the accidents in Fukushima, Japan, put the brakes on what's been called the nuclear renaissance?
Westinghouse Tries To Design Safer Nuclear Power Plants Explosions and the release of radioactive gases in Japan have caused worldwide alarm and the evacuation of the immediate area. At Westinghouse Electric in Cranberry, such threats are evaluated every day as engineers and nuclear scientists attempt to design against them.