KDKA Investigation Uncovers Scam Using Pittsburgh Democratic Mayoral Candidate Ed Gainey's NameKDKA Investigator Andy Sheehan uncovered this scam in the mayoral candidate’s name.
KDKA Investigates: Transcripts Reveal Conflicted Juror In Sheldon Jeter Homicide Conviction Was Married To His RelativeKDKA Investigates has uncovered more problems surrounding the Sheldon Jeter murder conviction and concerns about the possible bias of one juror in particular.
KDKA Investigation Into Questionable Paycheck Protection Program Money Spawns FBI ProbeFBI agents interviewed Braddock Police Chief Guy Collins about a suspected fraud ring operating in his town.
Pittsburgh-Area Victims Pursuing Out-Of-State Contractors Who Take The Money And DisappearAn out-of-state contractor was supposed to answer for his work, but justice remains elusive.
Aliquippa Residents Turn To Independent Testing In Fight For 2nd Opinion On WaterAliquippa residents are fighting for a second opinion on their water.
Amid Fight Over Blight On North Side, Homeowners Say Developer Is Using State Law To Get Control Of PropertiesImagine you’ve lived in your home for decades, paid your taxes and kept it in good shape.
Indiana County Family Feels Betrayed By Sears Warranty Program After Furnace BreaksA Saltsburg family told KDKA it’s been without heat since mid-December and feels betrayed by a Sears warranty program.
Grand Jury Expected To Soon Recommend Filing Of Homicide Charges In Case Of Rachael DelTondoThere is a possible breakthrough in the nearly three-year-old unsolved murder mystery of 33-year-old Rachael DelTondo.
Washington Co. Mother Demands Answers And Dental Records After All About Smiles ClosesOne Washington County mom wants answers from All About Smiles regarding her 19-year-old son.
KDKA Investigates: New Federal Rule Designed To End Hospital 'Sticker Shock'It's called "Healthcare Transparency" and it's a new rule to keep patients from being surprised by medical bills.
KDKA Investigates: Some Retailers Are Taxing 5-Hour Energy, Even Though It's Against Pennsylvania LawIt's the law in Pennsylvania that dietary supplements can't be taxed, but a KDKA Investigation found out some receipts say otherwise.