Pittsburgh International Airport is planning to generate its own electricity instead of relying on "the grid." KDKA's Jon Delano explains.
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Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Pittsburgh International Airport EnergyPittsburgh International Airport is planning to generate its own electricity instead of relying on "the grid." KDKA's Jon Delano explains.
Reporter Update: Shelby Cassesse - SpectroDolceKDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports on the soft opening of the only candy shop in the Pittsburgh region run exclusively by people on the Autism spectrum.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Officials Tour New Castle Steel MillTwo key White House officials toured a Pittsburgh-area facility. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: John Shumway - Civic Arena Site DevelopmentKDKA's John Shumway reports on residential and commercial development that's going for preliminary approval Thursday.
Voting Expected To On Redevelopment Plans For Civic Area SiteThe redevelopment of the former site of the Civic Arena is poised to take a big step forward today; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - LGBT+ SCOTUS DecisionOn the day of a major Supreme Court case, KDKA's Jon Delano reports on the political differences of local, state, and federal jurisdictions when it comes to the firing of LGBT+ employees.
CEO: Dick's Has Destroyed $5 Million Worth Of WeaponsDick's Sporting Goods has destroyed $5 million of the chain's gun inventory, its CEO said.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano at Kaufmann's HotelThe old Kaufmann's building has been converted into a hotel focused on wellness. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman - Post-Gazette Print EditionsToday is the first Monday without a print edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: John Shumway - Gas Prices on the RiseKDKA's John Shumway is looking into the reason why gas prices have gone up 20 cents or more, per gallon, in the last 48 hours.
Purdue Pharma File For BankruptcyPurdue Pharma File For Bankruptcy
Report: EQT Laying Off About 200 WorkersEQT is laying off nearly 200 workers.
Google, FTC Reach Settlement Over Alleged YouTube Privacy ViolationsGoogle has agreed to pay a record $170 million penalty to settle accusations that YouTube broke the law when it knowingly tracked and sold ads targeted to children.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Fifth Avenue Place UpgradeKDKA's Jon Delano reports on proposed upgrades to the Highmark building downtown, and what it means for people who work, travel, and live in the Central Business District.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Boycotting Trump Supporters' BusinessesShould Pittsburghers boycott businesses if the owner has donated to President Donald Trump? KDKA's Jon Delano reports on a recent Facebook movement.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Downtown Crime & PandhandlingAre local business owners losing business because of crime and an increase in panhandling in downtown Pittsburgh? KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - The State Of Working PennsylvaniansWorking Pennsylvanians aren't getting a big cut of the commonwealth's growing economy. KDKA Money Editor Jon Delano is looking into the cause.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman - Soul Food FestThe organizer of a Market Square event says he is being forced to used Pittsburgh Police for security, and he says events run by non-Black people don't have that same requirement. KDKA's Chris Hoffman got the response from a Pittsburgh City Council member.
Kraft Heinz Brings Back Former CFO Amid StrugglesKraft Heinz Co. is bringing back its former chief financial officer amid accounting problems and falling sales.
Sunday Business Page: Point Park Launches Career-Readiness CenterPoint Park University President Dr. Paul Hennigan joins KDKA's Jon Delano on the Sunday Business Page to discuss Point Park's newest endeavor, the Career-Readiness Center.
Sunday Business Page: Kraft-Heinz Layoffs 8/25/2019More layoffs have occurred under Kraft-Heinz and University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business Professor Jay Sukits joins Jon Delano to discuss.
Dick's Sporting Goods Testing Whether It Should Stop Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Steelers StuffWhat are people buying as the 2019 Steelers pre-season kicks off tonight? Jon Delano is in the Strip District to find out.
Walgreens Announces Plans To Close 200 Stores Across U.S.Walgreens will close about 200 locations across the United States as part of its plan to cut costs.