The city known for steel, Super Bowl rings and repeatedly hailed as one of the best places to live has a more nefarious title: ugliest accent in America.
This past winter, actors and crew at Point Park University worked on films backed by Hollywood producer Chris Moore.
A local man has been named one of three finalists in Dairy Queen’s S’mores Song music video contest.
“Star Wars” fans, how’d you like to be in Episode VII?
A local woman could end up named PETA’s “Sexiest Vegan Next Door 2014.”
How would you like to win a year’s supply of ice cream?
You could win a date with George Clooney. All you have to do is make a $10 donation to the actor’s “Satellite Sentinel Project” charity.
A Pittsburgh band called Lovebettie has had gigs from Wisconsin to Texas, and points in between.
Some local high schools are battling each other, to see who can do the best “Lip Dub” video.
Did you get your Powerball tickets yet?
Now more drive-in theaters have a chance to win in the effort to save drive-in movie theaters from closing in the switch from 35mm film to digital movies.
Down the road from the Route 40 Classic Diner, another American classic is threatened with extinction.
NHL Hall of Famer and longtime Boston Bruins defenseman Ray Bourque joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to break down the Penguins-Bruins Eastern Conference Final match-up.
When a racehorse named “Kiss an Angel” crossed his final finish line eight years ago, he retired to a quiet West Virginia pasture. Until now.
Bailey Golvash, 10, was all smiles Tuesday. That’s because she’s the winner of a promotion event called “take the fort to school.”