On The Hunt: Local Millennials Join Craze, Chase Pokémon With Addictive New AppThey're on a quest. Scores of young people are out searching the landscape for hidden characters.
Best Summer Educational Programs For Kids In PittsburghGive your children a head-start this summer by enrolling them in one of these renowned summer educational programs.
Next Out: Leslie Odom Jr. To Exit 'Hamilton' In JulyA week after winning a best leading actor Tony Award, Leslie Odom Jr. has announced he will leave the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton," joining key principals out the door next month.
Several Local Communities Trying Out New Meter Feeder Parking AppA new smartphone app is allowing drivers to pay for parking over the phone within seconds.
Pa. Officials Looking To Expand Use, Testing Of Self-Driving VehiclesPennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards was in Pittsburgh Wednesday to announce an aggressive pushing ahead of testing and development of “self-driving cars” in Pennsylvania.
Video Game Featuring Torture Of Prisoners Being Developed In PittsburghA group of Pittsburgh-based graduate students skilled in developing video games has designed a 3-D game that allows players acting as American soldiers to torture captured Iraqis.
University Cafe Closed For Cleaning After Reports Of IllnessA cafe on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in western Pennsylvania has been closed for cleaning after more than 40 people reported becoming ill after eating there last week.
Clinton Speaks At CMU During Campaign Stop In PittsburghDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop in Pittsburgh Wednesday evening.
CMU Mourning Loss Of 2 StudentsThe Carnegie Mellon University community is mourning the loss of two students.
CMU Working To Find Engineering StudentCarnegie Mellon University is working to find a student.
Pittsburgh Announced As Finalist In Smart Cities ChallengePittsburgh has been named one of seven finalists in the "Smart Cities Challenge."
Easily Concealable Devices Remotely Steal Data From Older Credit CardsThe average American owns at least four credit cards. But the more cards you have -- and the older they are -- the greater the risk that someone can steal data embedded in those cards.