Doritos is once again hosting a Super Bowl commercial competition and a local submission is in the running.
The Color Run Company calls it event “The Happiest 5K in the World.”
Fifty years ago, a battle for civil rights spread across America.
Little Kennedy Stevenson has become great friends with Michael Thompson and his wife, Kierstan.
After giving their all for their country, veterans often come home to applause and thank yous – and unemployment.
Clowns from the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus juggled their schedule to meet with kids from the “juggling club” at Quaker Valley Middle School Friday morning.
Every other Thursday is a busy day at the Swissvale Community Food Pantry.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The economic history of a neighborhood and a city is written large in the fading script of “ghost signs” on the walls. These commercial mosaics are subject to the whims of weather […]
If you turn to “J” in the dictionary, it’s clear something’s missing between “jaggy” and “jaguar.” But a popular website is attempting to overcome the oversight.
Chef Jeremy Reed teaches in the culinary school at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
It was an unthinkable tragedy. A woman trapped inside her van with her two daughters unable to escape the rising floodwaters on Washington Boulevard.
You know it’s Halloween, but did you know this is also “National Bat Week?”
A total of 240 Pittsburgh pre-schoolers gathered in the West Lounge of Heinz Field Thursday morning.
A Beaver County Army veteran and his fiancé share a love of motorcycles, and a deep respect for America’s wounded warriors.
Broadcasters and radio buffs gathered in Wilkinsburg Friday afternoon where Rick Harris, of the National Museum of Broadcasting, continued the fight to rebuild Dr. Frank Conrad’s garage as a museum.