World War II was winding down in the Phllipines, but danger lurked behind each tree, as American soldiers pushed their way through the island nation, driving Japanese forces toward the sea.
A chocolate “Deflategate” football created by Sarris Candy was auctioned Friday for $20,000.
Staff at the Animal Rescue League call her Gracie. A driver found the unidentified beagle mix on the side of a road in Penn Hills, and brought her to the shelter.
Prices to the Super Bowl have been skyrocketing, and so have the number of crazy bets you can place for the big game.
Hit movies like “Fast and Furious” series are like great cars. If it works, don’t change the formula.
Fred Rogers entered his “house” in a raincoat, when Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood debuted on public television in 1968.
KoolKat Designs in Mount Lebanon is a go-to place for buyers of art. The narrow aisles are packed with the work of more than a hundred local artists.
Pittsburgh International Airport has ways of dealing with the weather. But threats to aircraft can also come from other natural causes. Like birds, for example.
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater was packed for an afternoon of performance Monday afternoon, with an overflow crowd in the lobby.
Fifty years have passed since Martin Luther King led a bloody march for freeedom in Selma, Alabama.
The scenario: Franco Harris shows up at an “Immaculate Reception” by jumping out of a wedding cake. But it’s really part of a Super Bowl ad for a website building company.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theater has performed gracefully for 45 years. But in February, for the first time, they’ll present the ageless classic, “Beauty and the Beast.”
Little race cars built by high school engineering students go from zero to 50 in about one second, on a 65-foot track at Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
“Build a better mousetrap,” and you know the rest.
Molly Saylor of South Park competed Saturday in the NFL’s Punt, Pass and Kick championships in Seattle.