KDKA Investigates: Local Towns Fighting For Power To Ban FrackingShould towns have the power to bank fracking?
Preview Of President Donald Trump's Visit To Shell Cracker Plant And What It Means For TrafficPresident Donald Trump returns to the area this week for a visit to Beaver County.
Storage Tank Fire That Prompted State Assistance In W. Va Put Out With No InjuriesThe natural gas storage tank that had Gov. Jim Justice call for emergency assistance has been put out.
Braddock Residents Demand Answers, Public Hearing Regarding Natural Gas DrillingResidents voiced their concerns over a proposed natural gas well at the site of U.S. Steel's Edgar Thompson Plant.
Pennsylvania Drillers On Hook For Millions In Unpaid 'Impact Fees'Natural gas companies are expected to be on the hook for millions of dollars in unpaid state "impact fees" after a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Fatal Explosions Likely Caused By Chemical ReactionsFederal officials say two explosions that killed three workers at a West Virginia industrial site earlier this year were likely caused by unintended chemical reactions.
Opening Of Natural Gas Plant First Of Many Expected In OhioThe opening of a plant that turns natural gas into electricity is the first of what's expected to be many across Ohio in the next few years.
Judge Again Dismisses Lawsuit Against Middlesex Twp. Fracking OpponentsA judge has again dismissed a lawsuit that landowners filed against people and groups who oppose fracking in a western Pennsylvania township.
Warm Weather, Falling Natural Gas Prices Mean Savings For ConsumersEven though it hasn't exactly felt like winter so far, when it does, you'll be spending a lot less to heat your home.
Republican Presidential Candidate Discusses Oil, Gas Exports During Visit To PittsburghRepublican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says ending the ban on U.S. oil exports and easing restrictions on natural gas exports will unleash the nation's economy.
House To Consider Changes To Pa. Public Sector Pension PlansProposals to move Pennsylvania's newly hired public school employees and state workers into a 401(k)-style retirement plan and to privatize liquor sales faced state lawmakers Monday, less than two days before the annual budget deadline.