With lots of weather changes predicted in the forecast, Pittsburghers are gearing up.
School officials are taking a greater interest in what students are doing on social media after three students were shot at Brashear High School last week.
Bus routes, T schedules and driving routes will be interrupted by weekend activities.
The Original Hot Dog Shop in Oakland has agreed to make changes following a fatal shooting outside the landmark restaurant early Saturday morning.
Latrobe Memorial Stadium under the lights, it’s a night the Steelers look forward to.
The Pittsburgh Pirates announced additional security measures for fans visiting PNC Park.
The Port Authority is changing more than 70 bus routes around the city.
The state is taking Shuman to task rejecting its response to the assault on the 16-year-old resident and busting the detention facility down to a provisional license.
Pitt head basketball coach Jamie Dixon knows the Panthers didn’t do their best this past season, but is taking it in stride.
Facebook is changing again. This time the company says they are focused on clearing the clutter, and creating “a personalized newspaper.”
Gov. Tom Corbett says he will soon present his plans for dealing with pension costs, liquor privatization and the state’s transportation system.
Complicated would be an understatement to describe the move made by Columbia Gas today to change to “Therm Billing.”
Catholics in Pittsburgh and across the country are in for some big changes when they head to Mass on Sunday.
If you didn’t get your Facebook fix yet today, you’re potentially in for a rude awakening. The social networking website made some big changes over the weekend.
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