The pop culture extravaganza called “Steel City Con” fills the Monroeville Convention Center.
Former students and faculty colleagues entered Oakmont Presbyterian Church Thursday to say goodbye to a man who touched them deeply.
“Sharknado” and “Sharknado 2: The Second One” drew fans of campy Twitter fare to the Syfy Channel in record numbers.
One of America’s oldest continuously running summer camps is marking a milestone this year.
They say penguins mate for life. Well, while that may not be entirely true, one local couple’s love story has become all about the adorable flightless birds!
A Dairy Queen jingle contest to promote its S’mores Blizzard drew submission from online musicians from coast to coast.
It was only a few short months ago that the Polar Vortex had its icy grip on the area. Now, local delivery rooms are preparing for a surge in “Polar Vortex babies.”
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden opened Friday morning as part of the Secretary of the Interior’s commitment to water restoration and connecting youth to the great outdoors.
“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is giving a new twist to that old expression.
There was a record Pittsburgh crowd at Heinz Field last weekend, as America’s interest in soccer continues to grow. Meanwhile, the popularity of golf continues to decline. The answer just may be found in the burgeoning sport of “footgolf.”
You’ve probably heard by now of the Murrysville dog who was so excited about reuniting with her master, that she fainted.
A Murrysville schnauzer is stealing the social media spotlight, after the dog fainted from sheer joy and it was caught on camera.
Four young cheetahs pause in a holding area, on the cusp of a brand new life.
Do the murky waters of the Monongahela River hide a mystery, submerged for 58 years?