A Christmas controversy has surfaced at the Unity Shopping Plaza in Latrobe, Westmoreland County.
Imagine if someone stole money from a man with a debilitating disease, or that same money from children who want a special ball field built?
The tale of a 5-year-old Leukemia survivor who dreamed of being Batman sparked a social media firestorm Friday.
The uniform that Bill Mazeroski wore when he hit a walk-off home run for the Pittsburgh Pirates during the final game of the 1960 World Series has a new owner after an auction of the Hall of Famer’s memorabilia.
It was one year ago today that 2-year-old Maddox Derkosh was killed, after falling into the African painted dogs exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Big Ben surprised one of his biggest fans with a donation to a charity close to his heart.
Pittsburgh-area Toys ‘R’ Us stores are getting ready for their 2013 “Toys For Tots” campaign.
Thousands were out on the North Shore Sunday for the annual “Step Out” walk to stop diabetes.
For 53 years, only Bill Mazeroski had seen some of the rare items from that moment, such as the uniform and cleats he wore rounding the bases. Now, those items will be up for auction.
Hundreds gathered Saturday evening to remember a young woman from Baldwin who was murdered back in 2012 and raise money for the victims of abusive relationships.
After a week of nearly non-stop improvements, the handiwork of volunteers is revealed.
Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is known just as well for his long hair as he is for his moves on the football field. But he’s now announced that he will cut his hair, all for a good cause.
As this year’s Pirates team defies the odds, longtime fans think back to another squad that surprised the baseball world. Dave Crawley spoke with Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski.
The Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen is one of the finalists for the 2013 Roberto Clemente Award, the team announced Monday.
At 32-years-old, Matt Onyshko has been living with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, for five years. When he was diagnosed, he had been a firefighter with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire just over a year.