A low cost airline called Allegiant Air kicked off their first day in Pittsburgh Wednesday; and would-be travelers turned out in the tackiest tourist outfits imaginable, in hopes of winning one of three free flights for two.
At the Sheraton Inn at Station Square, plans were announced Wednesday for a Josh Gibson Heritage Park, just across the street.
Smoke billowed through the roof of Waltmire Pharmacy in Spring Garden in the early morning hours of July 8. All appeared lost.
Fifth graders are riveted to their screens at Kelly Elementary School in Wilkinsburg.
At Eden Hall Upper Elementary School in Richland Township, the newest student is also the oldest.
Garth Brooks will spend his 53rd birthday on stage at Consol Energy center.
When the Oaks Theater of Oakmont opened its doors in 1938, the seats were immediately packed with customers.
Two hearses make their way through the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
A special patient has been admitted to the Pennsylvania Veterinary Specialty Emergency Center.
McDonald’s used the Super Bowl to kick off its “Pay With Lovin'” campaign.
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.