The winner of the first ever City of Pittsburgh Richard S. Caliguiri Great Race has participated in every Great Race for the past 40 years, and he has no plans to stop.
In the past year and half, Uber has logged more than a million miles cruising our city’s street in self-driving cars that will soon make the driver just another passenger.
There are new self-driving cars cruising city streets, and soon the company developing them will be building a new world headquarters in the Strip District.
Argo AI will be announcing the building of a world headquarters in the Strip District, solidifying Pittsburgh’s position as the world leader in driverless technology.
A self-proclaimed white supremacist is heading back to jail after police say he handed out anti-Semitic fliers and had an illegal cache of weapons in his home.
He was the powerful head of a local union, entrusted with the funds and dues of hundreds of Boilermakers, but today he was in court for stealing.
Officials say white supremacist stickers and fliers are being circulated in Squirrel Hill and on the campuses of Pitt and CMU in Oakland.
Bishops representing the Catholic Church have joined the chorus of those wanting to give Dreamers a chance, urging the faithful to call their senators and congressional representatives to restore DACA.
Amid fears that Neo-Nazism is on the rise nationally, there’s apparently a white supremacist flier campaign going on in the city’s East End.
The announcement that President Donald Trump may end DACA is prompting mixed reaction from lawmakers, and one person who is definitely not on board is U.S. Senator Bob Casey.
It’s been nearly four months since a fire destroyed a Downtown apartment building, and many of its residents are still looking for a place to live.
A number of dogs that were waiting to be adopted in Texas shelters are coming to Pittsburgh, giving those shelters room to take in animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
A multi-billion dollar pipeline project running across the state is cutting right through local backyards and it’s causing concerns.
A Pittsburgh company is developing smart technologies that will help keep self-flying cars safe in the air.
Police and SWAT teams descended on a quiet well-to-do neighborhood in Pine Township for a family drama turned dangerous late Sunday.