An organization that collects used medical equipment for the needy has moved from the East End, to Green Tree.
It was a great morning for a walk.
Hundreds of folks laced up their running shoes in North Park today for Jaxson’s Jog.
Pitt Football players Mark Giubilato and Mike Caprara tell the Fan Morning Show about their trip to impoverished communities in Haiti.
A local man may be exhausted before he even begins the Pittsburgh Marathon. That’s because Wayne Kurtz of Wexford is running on a treadmill for the 48 hours leading up to the start of the marathon.
As a former Pirate Sean Casey is used to working out, and staying fit. He got a special award for teaching fitness to a special group of people.
A Warrendale coffee shop is helping local charities, one cup at a time.
Dormont native Daren Miller’s goal is to help others swim ocean channels.
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is taking on UPMC and challenging the status that allows the regional medical giant to avoid tens of millions of dollars a year in local taxes.
Ever since the horrible earthquake several years ago in Haiti local ladies Jamie & Allie McMutrie who are the founders of HaitianFamiliesFirst.org.
There was a bustle of excitement in a temporary boutique in Century Three Mall, because Project Prom is back.
A local girl fighting cancer had a magical moment Sunday.
It is not your traditional sewing circle. Teenage sisters, Kathryn and Kelsie Bissert, and their four cousins have stitched together more than 500 one-of-a-kind purses in six years.
The popular store, Shop 412 on the South Side, was packed Friday for the release of their new James Neal gear.
Jake Beistel is a born wrestler. At 15-years-old, he is already one of the top wrestlers in the state. And while Jake is turning heads for what he’s doing in wrestling, what he’s doing from wrestling may be even more impressive.