Black History Month 2017: Celebrating African-American HeritageFebruary is Black History Month and all month long, KDKA will be celebrating the local African-American heritage and some of the leaders.
ALCOSAN Begins Customer Assistance ProgramThe Dollar Energy Fund is launching a new program to help customers pay for the sewage portion of their water bills.
Water Activities For Pittsburgh Triathlon And Adventure Race CancelledThe water activities for this weekend's Pittsburgh Triathlon and Adventure Race have been cancelled due to recent rainfall.
Overflow System Clogs, Causes 'Geyser' Along 10th Street BypassCommuters dealt with a unique problem along the 10th Street Bypass Tuesday morning.
City & County Reach Compromise With EPA On Big Sewage FixCities around the country are boring underground to build tunnels like the ones underneath Washington DC, but they're not for new subways.
City, County Submit Appeal To EPA Over Underground Tunnel Sewage System FixEvery time it rains, our old sewage system gets overloaded, and a combined overflow of raw sewage and rain water pours into our rivers and streams. A total of 10 billion gallons a year.
Sewage System Overhaul Could Tear Up WaterfrontsIt will be the biggest public works project in the history of the region, costing between $2 and $3 billion. The overhaul of our antiquated sewage systems may triple, even quadruple, your water and sewer bills.
ALCOSAN Holding Public Hearing About Customer Assistance ProgramSewage rates are going to increase for the entire Allegheny County Sanitary Authority (ALCOSAN) service area, so ALCOSAN wants to provide citizens with the chance to attend a public hearing about a new program.
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Clairton Residents Seeing Their Sewage Bills Increase DrasticallyPeople who live in Clairton say they have a big problem. Their water bills have been going up over the past three years – drastically.
KD Investigates: Massive Sewage Fix Will Triple Your BillThere is a big problem with the sewers in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Fixing it could mean $2-3 billion dollars – a cost which could be passed on to taxpayers.