Welcome to the moon! At least, that’s the scenario as the model of a lunar landing ship enters a gravel pit owned by the LaFarge Company of Munhall.
Visitors will line up at Heinz History Center Sunday morning, for appraisals of antiques and family heirlooms.
“Crime scene investigators” cover a wooded area in Raccoon Creek State Park. But these investigators are students in the criminal justice and nursing schools at Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
Fire trucks from several western Pennsylvania communities roll down Forbes Avenue with a long way still to go.
Very few teams in Pittsburgh, or anywhere, for that matter, have dominated their opponents quite like the Pittsburgh Passion.
Those who play for the Pittsburgh Penguins are accustomed to making special visits on behalf of the community. Sometimes, even their coach finds time to reach out.
The Bloomfield neighborhood is known as “Little Italy,” and these are the days that prove it.
Pittsburgh firefighters go through a 32-week intensive course at the Fire Academy, before they ever answer a call.
A lizard named Pei-Pei is getting a checkup in the animal treatment room at Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
A Pennsylvania couple is looking for someone new to live in a home movie fans associate with grisly death.
What brings greater comfort than a Teddy bear? A stuffed monkey or puppy, perhaps? Children’s Hospital received a special visit from a crew of Major League Baseball umpires Tuesday morning.
If you liked last winter, you’ll love this one – at least according to the Farmer’s Almanac, dating back to 1818. The pages are full of warnings of snow storms and bitter cold.
More than 40,000 fans are expected at Heinz Field, when the World Champion women’s soccer team plays an exhibition game Sunday afternoon.
Appraisers will be back to appraise your old antiques.
To find the biggest believer in the 2015 Pittsburgh Pirates, you’ll have to look outside of the Pittsburgh area.