They were washing the tires instead of kicking them at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A total of 450 producers, performers and agents from around the world have descended on Pittsburgh, hosted by the Pittsbukrgh Cultural Trust. Performances are being held at the Byham Theater and August […]
The Civic Arena wasn’t built in a day. The same goes for the demolition.
This is not the Haiti that we see in network images of poverty and disaster.
Holy Trinity Baptist Church in Homewood was bustling with activity and it wasn’t even Sunday.
From computers to robots, Carnegie Mellon University is known for innovation. On Friday afternoon, students let their creative juices flow with their annual Engineering Fest.
This has been a rough week for outdoor jobs in Pittsburgh. But it’s hard to imagine a more difficult task than working on steel beams, high above the ground.
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat…” Well, “heat” is not the problem these days. But subzero temperatures and wind chill?
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is closed Tuesday, because of the weather.
Braddock Avenue in Braddock is lined with shuttered buildings, in a city abandoned by steel.
A Pittsburgh band called Lovebettie has had gigs from Wisconsin to Texas, and points in between.
The highlight of First Night in Pittsburgh was a shimmering labyrinth of illuminated ice. But what do you do with 300 ice blocks once the party’s over?
Magee-Womens Hospital has the honor of delivering Pittsburgh’s first baby of 2014.
New Year’s Day has ushered in 2014, but there’s still time for a final ode to the year that was. Here’s a look back at the year of the duck, and a lot more!
From Zumba class in February to surgery in November, we’ve followed a North Hills woman in need of a kidney transplant. The native of Argentina is now back at home with her family.