Police are investigating after a market was held up this morning in Pittsburgh’s Oakland section.
The brand new Shop N Save store opened its doors at 7 a.m. and instantly, there was a crowd. People in the community said they’ve been waiting for a store just like this for decades.
Fans have flocked to the big screen to watch the Penguins compete in the playoffs and they will be allowed to do so in the second round.
It’s becoming an annual tradition that the Pittsburgh Penguins qualify for the playoffs and they plan on keeping up a popular tradition for fans this year.
Sunday marks the 45th anniversary of a historic civil rights standoff in the Hill District.
At least one person has died in a seven-alarm apartment building fire in Shadyside Thursday morning.
Port Authority buses stopped making runs Wednesday night on some Hill District streets because Wednesday’s snowstorm made them too treacherous.
Can it really be happening? A full-service grocery store in the Hill District off Centre Avenue just up from Crawford Square and Downtown Pittsburgh?
While it may be a day off for some, others say Labor Day is an opportunity to bring attention to some major issues, including jobs and the working class.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh Monday.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade. That means there will be some traffic restrictions through town. More Details: Parade Route
Emotions ran high Sunday in Pittsburgh’s Hill District during a memorial for hundreds of victims of gun violence. The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network set up 500 crosses on an empty lawn along Centre Avenue in remembrance of all the victims of violence in Allegheny County over the past decade.
Authorities were forced to close a road in the Hill District Saturday due to a crumbling building.
A female teacher fought off a would-be robber Wednesday morning as she reported for work.
There was a big celebration Wednesday morning in the Hill District as community leaders and residents gathered for the ribbon-cutting of a brand new YMCA.