A staggering 18 Yorkies were rescued on the North Side last week.
Happy Mother’s Day to Dorothy the Peregrine falcon who lives on the Cathedral of learning.
It was man vs. machine.
A local couple welcomed a big – and we mean big – bundle of joy Thursday.
A Lawrenceville artist painted a scene from each of Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods in a single year.
A wide range of attractions are on tap in Pittsburgh this summer.
Though campaign signs are few and far between here in Pittsburgh, you can’t miss them if you drive through Butler County.
On Monday, we reported that 18 Yorkies were taken to the Animal Rescue League of Western Pennsylvania after their owner passed away.
The Animal Rescue League is looking for homes for more than a dozen dogs brought in after their owner died.
Kennywood will continue their tradition of honoring different heritages by holding Italian Day on July 12th.
Marathon stars from Africa were the center of attention at Community Day School on Friday morning.
Food served at the Mt. Lebanon High School cafeteria is fresher, and more varied, than traditional fare of the past. Food service director Tazeen Choudhury says the food is healthier, and kids are just eating it up.
Thousands of marathoners will pound the Pittsburgh pavement Sunday, accepting water from a half million biodegradable cups.
BUTLER (KDKA) — Nearly four years have passed since Jeeps from all over the country made their way down Main Street in Butler. They set a Guinness World Record: 1,106 jeeps in a single parade. […]
What goes up, must come down. But will your stomach come down with it? Kennywood’s new Black Widow ride is named for a spider who eats her mate.