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.
Police officers have been showing up at lemonade stands across the country, including here in Pittsburgh.
If you’re looking for a new furry feline companion, or two, you’re in luck.
Steeler greats from decades past turned out for the opening of a sports memorabilia store in the Mall at Robinson.
Francisco Cervelli has been a great catch for the Pirates ever since he joined the team this season. Behind the plate and crossing the plate, he’s given fans plenty to cheer about.
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Clearview Mall in Butler has the usual clothing stores, jewelry, books, farm equipment. Farm equipment?
It’s not often that you see a motorcycle escort for a bunch of kids on bicycles. But these aren’t just any kids. A select group of 64 youngsters arrives on the North Shore as part of the 11th annual Camp Cadet.
With seven hours till game time at PNC Park, the grounds crew was already bustling with activity. They’re preparing the field for the evening’s game. But it’s about to get a whole lot busier.
This past Sunday, near the stroke of midnight, Canonsburg Police Officer Matthew Tharp struggled to coax a five-foot snake from the wheel well of a car, owned by 7-Eleven employee Sandy Kirtz.
Competitors from all over the world have descended on Pittsburgh, for the Disc Golf Professional World Championships.