The Fourth of July means fireworks and tents are springing up throughout the region, begging the question: are they legal?
The mayor calls it “bikelash” — a resistance to change for a healthier, more vibrant city.
If you’ve noticed something missing from the Falcon’s nest atop the Cathedral of Learning, you’re not alone.
It was by all accounts a justified shooting. Several officers unloaded on accused child molester Leslie Sapp in January after Sapp brandished a very lethal-looking pellet gun.
For the past 150 years, most of the railroad couplers manufactured in the united state have been made at the McConway and Torley Foundry in Lawrenceville — one of the last of vestige of our proud industrial tradition.
Claudia Cooley’s collected more than 2,000 signatures against runaway sewage bills in Clairton, where hundreds have had their water shut off and others are going without food or medicine just to keep it on.
When talking about prospective suitors of the Penguins, one name inevitably rises to the top of the list.
People who live in Clairton say they have a big problem. Their water bills have been going up over the past three years – drastically.
What was once an iconic symbol of Pittsburgh has become an old, rusty hulk and has sparked a battle between the city and the sign’s owner, Lamar Advertising.
Whether it’s boxing, wrestling or brawls in the street, it seems most men like to fight, or at least watch other men fight. But, why is that?
Americans are taking time today to honor our Fallen Heroes, as well as those currently serving in the armed forces.
Pittsburgh waterfronts have become a major tourist draw in recent years, but the beautiful view showcased by Just Ducky’s tours has been marred by what was once this iconic sign atop Mt. Washington.
A grand jury is hearing testimony on the alleged teacher sex scandal at Plum High School.
It’s an iconic symbol of Pittsburgh that has fallen into disrepair.
Pennsylvania’s primary election is Tuesday.