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You can now have a say in how the Port Authority improves its service.
The city’s 18 outdoor swimming pools open for the season today.
Stephen Colbert won’t start hosting “The Late Show” until September, but he’s already started gearing for his CBS debut.
Pittsburgh has been ranked as the second best baseball city in America.
You don’t have to be a runner to race at Kennywood this weekend.
Japanese manufacturer Takata promised at a Congressional hearing Tuesday that it will stop producing faulty inflators tied to its defective air bags. They’re at the center of the largest and most complicated auto recall in U.S. history.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is just days away.
A memorial fund has been set up for the family of the missing Dormont man who was found dead near the railroad tracks in Station Square this week.
The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank announced the lineup for the 2015 Pittsburgh Blues Festival at Hartwood Acres.
Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Ford is recalling nearly 423,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the power-assisted steering can fail while they’re being driven.
Ball hockey teams from around the world are in town this week competing for the world title.
A Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customer is suing claiming she and other customers have been overbilled by as much as 600 percent and threatened with shut-off notices due to faulty radio-controlled water meters.
Work will continue tonight on the Parkway West, which means more closures.
It’s a big week for people in Zelienople.
The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs needs your help to complete their “Faces Never Forgotten” Initiative.