On Good Friday in Etna, the faithful take part in a tradition that started 20 years ago, symbolically retracing the final steps of Jesus.
Got an old computer stashed in a storage room?
Allen Kinkead, 65, has broken vertebrae in his neck and lower back – plus several cracked ribs, a slight concussion and an awful lot of road rash.
Easter is the busiest season of the year for Lincoln Bakery in Bellevue.
Based on a new survey, Consumer Reports estimates the number of stolen phones nearly doubled in the past year to more than three million. More than a million smartphones were lost and never found.
The moms and dancers of Abby Lee Miller’s studio in Penn Hills are known across the country thanks to the popular “Dance Moms” show on the Lifetime network.
Is coffee becoming an addiction like drugs or alcohol and should it be treated as a psychological illness?
When a storm slams through your front door, the damages you suffer are often determined by fate. But, how easily you can pick up the pieces may be determined by your home insurer.
If you’re like many, you’ve probably been speeding down the interstate, and suddenly, a Good Samaritan flicks his lights at you.
Runners in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon on May 4 will pass through 13 Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
Subway says an ingredient dubbed the “yoga mat” chemical will be entirely phased out of its bread by next week.
Rapid fire communication via texts and emails on a cell phone is a hallmark of Generation X and the Millennials, those born between 1965 and 1995.
Computers, tablets, video games, TV — these entertaining devices can be hard on how much kids weigh, how well they see, and now a study hints at possibly how well their bones hold up.
Some people who are trying to lose weight are now cutting out meals instead of counting calorie.
Fans arrive early, as the players limber up. The threat of rain is not enough to keep them away from Pittsburgh’s newest band of heroes.
Actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band performed at Stage AE on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013, to raise money to build a “smart house” for Sgt. Doug Vitale, a local Marine who was severely injured while serving in Afghanistan.
Infomercials and advertisements claim their products make life easier. KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Antkowiak puts these claims to the test.
Ever wonder if any of that stuff that you’ve tucked away in your basement or attic is a valuable antique? Head down to the Heinz History Center from noon until 4pm on July 17th to find out as we tape another season of “Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures.” Here’s a look at some of the most valuable items uncovered over the last two seasons!