Kiley Koscinski

General Assignment Reporter

Kiley Koscinski is a reporter for 90.5 WESA. She reports on breaking stories from a variety of realms in Pittsburgh; with specific interest in the growing technology sector.

 

She has previously produced Morning Edition and The Confluence for 90.5 WESA. Before that she worked as a producer and assignment desk editor at NewsRadio 1020 KDKA. Kiley attended Point Park University and was the Music Director of the student-run radio station, WPPJ.

 

Kiley is deeply interested in the oddities of Pittsburgh and the communities that make up the city’s underbelly. Stories and tips can be sent to kkoscinski@wesa.fm

Lou Corsaro / Point Park University

 

It’s been almost three years since The McKeesport Daily News published its final edition, and a pilot program out of Point Park University aims to fill at least a portion of that media void. 

Kevin Gavin / 90.5 WESA

Shaler Area Elementary School teacher Michael Penn is heading to Antarctica.

Sarah Bader

 

Garfield art space BOOM Concepts has aligned itself with some of the city’s biggest cultural institutions and well-known artists, including Mac Miller and Jimmy Wopo.

Gene J. Puskar / AP

 


According to the Department of Defense, total enlistment in the U.S. military is 2,869,822. Recruiters are struggling more every year to enlist young people, and only 29 percent of people aged 17 to 24 would qualify if they tried to enlist.

Matt Rubin

Thousands are expected to hit the streets of downtown Pittsburgh this weekend to celebrate the LGBT community. 

Jenn Durfey / Flickr

After a long, and at times seemingly endless winter, western Pennsylvanians are ready to travel for Memorial Day. 

The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh

Gardening is a satisfying hobby for many who have green thumbs, but for people with physical disabilities or other limitations, it can be an intimidating or impossible activity.

Sarah Kovash / 90.5 WESA

The Port Authority of Allegheny County board voted Friday to replace the emergency brake system on its Light Rail. 

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