'I’ve Enjoyed Every Minute Of The Ride': KDKA's Jon Burnett Retires After 42 Years In TelevisionAfter 42-year career in television, KDKA favorite and beloved Pittsburgher Jon Burnett is heading into retirement.
PennDOT: Drivers Make Merging Into Construction Zones Worse Than It Needs To BeSitting in backed up traffic going into a construction zone is an annual rite of summer, but PennDOT says often drivers make it worse than it needs to be.
Does It Really Do That? Ice GenieThe Ice Genie claims it can help you make more ice in less space, but does it really do that?
Concern Growing Over 'Nefarious' Website Offering Individuals' Personal Information, Reputation RatingThere's growing concern over a website that offers individuals' personal information for free, as well as reputation ratings.
'Like A Veil Lifted Up In Front Of Me': Patients Struggling With Depression Find Relief In Magnetic Stimulation TreatmentFor many people who struggle with depression, medication just doesn't work, but a treatment now offered in Pittsburgh is helping people improve.
'The Great Social Media Arms Race': Dangerous Apps & Social Media Leave Kids Vulnerable To Predators, BulliesThere are hundreds of apps that kids can easily download for free to post, snap, share and tweet, but advocates and law enforcement say often, kids share too much.
Creature Comforts: Some Pa. Universities Opening Up Pet-Friendly Student HousingClarion University is introducing pet-friendly student housing in the fall, and it's not the only institution of higher learning that has it.
New Scent Kit Helping Officials Track Down Missing Persons FasterA new kit called "Find 'Em Scent Safe" is helping to find missing people faster.
Does It Really Do That? The Negg"The Negg" was created by a home cook in Connecticut with too many deviled eggs to prepare.
Local Doctors Flooded With Calls Following Measles Diagnosis In PittsburghLocal doctors have been responding to calls and questions regarding vaccinations following a case of measles in Pittsburgh.
New Treatment For Breast Cancer Patients 50 And Older Taking Place In PittsburghA new type of breast cancer treatment for patients 50 and older is taking place here in Pittsburgh