Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Opens Its First 'Green' CemeteryThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has just opened its first green burial site in Pine and Richland Townships; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
CMU Brings In Goats To Landscape HillsideCarnegie Mellon is known for its high tech innovations, but they're taking a step back in time in order to control their weed-covered hillside.
Fitzgerald, Regional Leaders Embark On 6-Day Great Allegheny Passage RideOver the next six days, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald will ride his bike more than 300 miles; KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.
Pipeline’s Path Leaves Pollution, Property Damage, Safety Concerns In Its WakeA multi-billion dollar pipeline project running across the state is cutting right through local backyards and it's causing concerns; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
DEP Issues Warning, Tells Fishermen Not To Eat Fish From Shenango RiverThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is warning fishermen not to eat their catches from the Shenango River.
Some Pittsburgh Homes, Office Buildings Turn To Solar EnergyA new office building in Green Tree is turning heads for its unique look, but it’s really just following a new energy trend; KDKA’s Jon Delano reports.
Green Tree Hill Office Building Following New Solar TrendA new office building in Green Tree is turning heads for its unique look, but it’s really just following a new energy trend; KDKA’s Jon Delano reports.
Environmentalists, Miners Square Off In Coal CountryAn anti-coal battle is brewing in the heart of southwestern Pennsylvania’s coal country; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Plum Residents Sound Off Over Plans For Fracking WastewaterPeople angry over a proposal to inject fracking wastewater underground in Plum Borough sounded off Wednesday; KDKA's David Highfield reports.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh-Area Pick-Your-Own FarmsKidsburgh has made a list of seven farms where you and your children can pick-your-own fruits and vegetables; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Churchill Westinghouse Site Owners Slapped With Big FineThe owners of the old Westinghouse site in Churchill have been slapped with one of the biggest fines in Allegheny County history over asbestos removal; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
County Levying Hefty Fine After Asbestos Removal From Westinghouse BuildingAllegheny County is levying its largest fine ever following the removal of potentially hazardous material from a local building; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Mayor Hopes Attention On City Can Be Used As Teachable MomentPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he was outraged that President Trump used Pittsburgh in his speech about pulling out of the climate accord; KDKA's David Highfield reports.
Outrage Grows After President's Decision To Leave Climate AccordPresident Trump isn't backing down from his decision to pull out of the international climate accord; CBS's Kelli O'Hara reports.
Pittsburgh Landmarks Glow Green In Support For Paris AgreementPittsburgh buildings and bridges glowed green Friday in a show of support for the mayor's executive order on climate change.
Environmentalists Say Somerset Co. Mine Not Enough To Lift IndustryEnvironmentalists say the new Somerset County mine will be an exception and not the rule, and that the coal industry as a whole will continue to decline; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Peduto Fires Back At Trump's Climate Change StanceMayor Bill Peduto fired back at President Trump today who referenced Pittsburgh twice in his speech about pulling out of the climate change Paris Agreement; KDKA's Ralph Iannotti reports.
Mayor Peduto Responses To President's Climate Change SpeechMayor Bill Peduto is getting national attention for his response to President Trump's mentions of Pittsburgh during his speech about pulling out of a worldwide climate change agreement.
Bee Keepers Busy Around Pittsburgh'Tis the season to be swarming, if you happen to be a bee!
Experts Expecting Increase In Ticks This SummerExperts say ticks are going to be everywhere this summer, and they will be carrying all sorts of diseases; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Rare Corpse Flower In Bloom At Phipps ConservatoryA flower that packs a pungent punch is finally blooming at Phipps Conservatory; KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.
EPA Secretary Talks Western Pa.KDKA's Jon Delano has more from the secretary of the Environmental Protection Agency on what they're doing for Southwestern Pa.
Unique Home In Squirrel Hill Aims To Lower Your Utility BillsIf high utility bills irritate you, you may want to check out a new home in Squirrel Hill; KDKA's David Highfield reports.
Glade Run Lake Reopens In Time For Fishing SeasonYears of hard work have paid off as Glade Run Lake has finally reopened to the public; KDKA's Dave Crawley reports.

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