"Perfect Great Racers" Make It 39 In A RowIt was 1977 and a few hundred runners toed the starting line what would in time become one of the premiere running events in the nation.
Feds Take Over Regulation Of Self-Driving CarsThe federal government now wants a hand in regulating Uber's self-driving cars and President Obama even weighed in with an op-ed piece in the Post-Gazette.
Stopping Deadly Encounters: Officers Practice De-escalation TechniquesIt's a shoot out -- though not a real one -- between a gunman and police.
Uber Self-Driving Cars Hit The Streets Of PittsburghUber riders in Pittsburgh can get a glimpse of the future by summoning a car capable of handling most of the tasks of driving on its own.
Veteran Pushing For Global War On Terror MemorialAs a captain in the Army, Andrew Brennan flew Black Hawk helicopters in Afghanistan; but back stateside, in Pittsburgh, he is heading another kind of mission.
Boston Marathon Survivor Inspires Crowd In PittsburghHeather Abbott was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon -- on what had been a beautiful sunny day -- when the first bomb went off.
ITT Technical Institute Students Looking For Answers After Campus ClosuresWhen Bill Wenzel came to the ITT Technical Institute at the Pittsburgh Mills Wednesday morning, he found himself locked out.
KDKA Investigates: Families Say Karate Instructor Changed Names, Ripped Them OffA karate instructor, who former clients all across the country accuse of taking their money and then disappearing, has moved into the Pittsburgh area.
Liberty Bridge Fire Burned To 1,200 Degrees, Contractor Taking ResponsibilityWelding sparks flew on Friday, igniting an intense fire that burned to 1,200 degrees and began melting the major support beam of the Liberty Bridge.
Mayor Peduto Proposes Major Engineering Fix For Washington BoulevardUntil now, the focus has been on the flood gates on Washington Boulevard that didn't work; but all agree that even when working properly, they're just a band aid on a bigger problem.
Environmentalists Rushing To Stop Hauling Of Weapons-Grade Nuclear Waste Along Rt. 79Trucks rumble down Route 79 everyday, right past the orchards and country store at Soergel's Farm.
Trombetta Guilty Plea Sparks Cyber School Funding QuestionsPa. Cyber Charter School founder Nick Trombetta's guilty plea may prompt a closer look at the operation of charter schools across the state and cyber charters in particular.

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