December 1994, the newly formed Attack Theater warms up for their first performance in the very first First Night.
The country’s first specially designed gas station opened 100 years ago in Pittsburgh, selling fuel for 27 cents a gallon.
November 22, 1963. Cheers in Dallas turn to cries of anguish. President Kennedy has been shot.
Next month will mark 50 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Seymour Farber volunteers three days a week with Meals on Wheels, taking meals to shut-ins.
Pittsburghers are remembering the 9/11 anniversary in their own ways.
It’s the 45th anniversary of the cult classic, “Night of the Living Dead.” Russ Streiner as Johnny and Judith O’Dea as his sister, Barbara, returned to the Evans City cemetery where a scene was shot.
A Westmoreland County city is going bananas this weekend.
Bagpipes hail the birthday of a woman who traded her native Scotland for Ellsworth, Pennsylvania 93 years ago.
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.