Nearly two years ago, a Ross Township mother vanished without a trace. Her two children came home from school and their mother was gone.
Five white pigeons “fly the coop” at a loft in Beaver Falls.
The Blue and the Gray are meeting again at Gettysburg.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Dr. Robert Thompson, pop culture and TV expert, about the changes we’ve seen in the decade since the release of iTunes.
Forty years ago on New Year’s Eve, the Pirates lost a hero who transcended his sport. Roberto Clemente’s plane, bearing supplies for earthquake victims in Nicaragua, went down in the Atlantic.
The football, now on temporary display at Heinz History Center, took the luckiest bounce in Pittsburgh Steelers history, when Franco Harris caught that glorious ricochet, on Dec. 23, 1972. But the man who later scooped it up never saw the play that made it famous.
This weekend marks 40 years since the greatest play in NFL history, the Immaculate Reception, and a weekend full of events are being planned to celebrate.
In the shadow of Heinz Field, a slab of granite marks a hallowed spot. Yard lines drawn on the sidewalk mark the boundaries of a miracle.
It’s been exactly one year since a Ross Township mother vanished. Family, friends and police have been searching for Jamie Peterson ever since.
Carnegie Mellon University is celebrating the birthday of a popular invention. An invention you probably had no idea was born right here in Pittsburgh.
An orchestra born on the rivers of Pittsburgh has come back home. The American Wind Symphony Orchestra will perform near Point State Park Saturday night.
Tears flowed as family, friends and community members gathered in Westmoreland County Tuesday to remember three teenagers who were killed two years ago in a car crash.
On April 12, 1955, Dr. Jonas Salk announced that a huge clinical trial had proved successful. He and other researchers at the University of Pittsburgh had developed a vaccine to end infantile paralysis, better known as polio.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Pitt Chancellor Mark Nordenberg about the 225 anniversary of the university.
The Occupy Pittsburgh movement is taking up a different cause today.