Doctor's New Book Looks Closely At Substance Abuse TreatmentsAll drug and alcohol programs now rely on a 12-step program but is that really the best way to kick your habit? Author Dr. Lance Dodes uncovers what he believes to be the truth in his new book, "The Sober Truth: Debunking the Bad Science Behind 12-Step Programs and the Rehab Industry."
Zohydro: Controversy Over Addicts Versus Patients Zohydro, what's the deal with that? Pintek stirs up controversy with interesting remarks.
Later School Start Time Could Increase Student Achievement A new study shows that if you were to push back the start time by a half hour or an hour you will drastically improve your students achievement levels. The change will also lower risks of fighting, car accidents, and help the student's hormones develop.
University Of Virginia Professor Shares Stories Of Children He Says Were ReincarnatedJames Leininger was only 2 years old when he first started talking about his memories.
Ireland Native Offers Some History On St. Patrick's DayWho knew that March 17 wasn't the day St. Patrick was born, but actually the day he died? And did you know that St. Patrick's Day used to be associated with blue, not green?
Judge Dzvonick Given The Respect For Law AwardAsk The Judge takes on hot issues like dealing with pesky pot holes, tenant conflicts, and expanding a driveway. All after Judge Robert Dzvonick was surprised with a great award.
Officials Blaming Obesity On food Industry, Want Medicaid HelpShould the food industry be held responsible for health problems like the tobacco industry was?
Ask The Leaders: Fitzgerald And Peduto Talk PittsburghMayor Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald sit down to discuss the winter weather, ALCOSAN and the possibility of a new administration under Peduto.
CMU Robotics Professor Warns Of Growing TechnologyIllah Nourbakhsh, Professor of Robotics at The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, does not help create the types of robots you will see in Terminator-like movies or even in the military.
FCC Prepares To Question Journalists The FCC has plans to study the inter-workings of news rooms across the country. They plan on questioning television and radio stations as well as newspapers on how they choose their news stories.
Pittsburgh Tops Charts For Most Expensive Cities For 'Yuppies'On Locality.com, yuppies rank Pittsburgh 15th in most expensive city for them to live in.
Rob Cochran Discusses New Method Of Selling CarsThe 2014 Auto Show brought all the big dealers in the city together to share the new cars coming out this year. Rob Cochran, President and CEO of #1 Cochran Automotive, talked with Mike Pintek about the new cars on his 21 dealership lots.
Columbia Professor Says Public Is "Misinformed" About Drug UseAs many people across the world become addicted to drugs, and locally people are dying from ultra-strong batches of heroin, one expert says we are misinformed about drugs and addiction.
Adult Vaccines Could Help Prevent Many Common Viruses As we get older we take less care on preventative vaccines, but the CDC is hoping to inform more adults about vaccines can prevent shingles, pneumonia, and cancer.
Miss Pa. Talks About Mother's Rape, Hopes To "Shed Light" On Sexual AbuseAlthough Valerie Gatto holds the title of Miss Pennsylvania USA and has aspirations of winning the Miss USA Pageant, she insists she’s more than just another pretty face.