Pittsburgh Gets Ready To View The Supermoon Find out what is so super about the supermoon and the best ways to view it.
Congressmen Murphy & Doyle React To President's SpeechPresident Obama announced today that he has put together a group led by the Vice President to come up with a better solution to solve our gun law woes. He is also calling on Congress to reinstated a ban on automatic weapons.
Friday's KDKA Afternoon News: Nov. 30, 2012In case you were too busy to catch that special segment of Friday's KDKA Afternoon News you were waiting to hear, here's a recap.
How To Have A Healthy Holiday Rose Ryan-Douglas was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA's Afternoon News by Leslie Bonci, director of sports nutrition at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine.
Following Jerry Sandusky Sandusky's Arrest KDKA Radio's Rose and Paul were joined on the Afternoon news by Anne Danahy, Reporter with the Centre Daily Times in State College.
Top Winter Travel BargainsAs the thermometer continues to drop as we head into December, getaways can seem more appealing than ever. Even better, winter travelers can score some great deals during the off-season.
'The Muppets' Are BackRose and Paul from the Afternoon News are joined by Kristy Lemire, AP's Movie Critic. She talks with them about the new movie, "The Muppets."
Watershed Moment In Marcellus DebateLawmakers and natural gas industry representatives are meeting Monday in Charleston, W. Va., to discuss the future of drilling in the Marcellus shale region.
Learn More About Western Pa. History KDKA Radio's Rose and Paul spoke with Andy Masich, President and CEO of the History Center.
Study Focuses On Increasing Adoptions In U.S.The KDKA Afternoon news was joined by Rita Soronen, head of the Dave Thomas Foundation.
ACLU: County Not Providing Basic Legal Defense For PoorNewsRadio 1020 KDKA's Rose Ryan-Douglas and Paul Rasmussen talked to Vic Walcazk of the American Civil Liberties Union about Allegheny County not providing basic legal defense for the poor.
Teen Drivers Crash Most In First Month A new report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety finds teen drivers are 50 percent more likely to crash in their first month of unsupervised driving than they are after a full year of experience.