Steelers’ Arthur Moats Helps To Deliver New Furniture To Needy FamilySteelers’ linebacker Arthur Moats has disguised himself as a mover for Bob's Discount Furniture.
Local Arts Community Speaks Out Against Proposed Ticket TaxCall it a ticket tax -- a seven percent sales tax on tickets you purchase to any of Pittsburgh's performing arts -- the ballet, the symphony, the opera, dance, musical events, or a favorite play.
Charlie Batch Hoping To Make Holiday Season Brighter For Thousands Of Local KidsA gloomy day at Steel Plaza failed to keep "Batch's elves" from their appointed rounds.
HIV, AIDS Patients Living Longer Due To Advances In TreatmentMuch has changed in the treatment of HIV and AIDS in the three decades since the epidemic began.
Lawyer Attempting To Have Case Thrown Out Due To Kane’s Suspended Law LicenseAlthough there have been political challenges to Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s authority with a suspended law license, a new legal challenge has been filed in Allegheny County Court.
Dan Marino Receives Special Honor At Central Catholic High SchoolHall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino received a special honor at Central Catholic High School this morning.
PennDOT Announces More Parkway Closures This WeekendThere’s good news and there’s bad news for drivers who use the Parkway West.
Racial Slurs Found Written On Downtown Business, Police InvestigatingPolice are investigating after racial slurs were found written on a business Downtown.
Police Recover Rifle Used In Fatal Cop ShootingThe rifle used in the fatal shooting of a St. Clair Township police officer has been recovered.
Boys, 4 & 9, Hospitalized After Falling Out Of Moving MinivanTwo young boys have been hospitalized after falling through the open side door of a moving minivan in a Pennsylvania trailer park.
Pittsburgh Zoo Closed By Power Outage, Transformer ProblemThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium has closed for the day due to a power outage.
Kane Turns To Former Maryland AG To Lead Porn Email ProbePennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is about to reveal her next step in an investigation into the exchange of pornography and other objectionable content in emails by prosecutors, judges and others found on state-owned computers.