Some of the kids at City Charter High School are volunteer recyclers, a student-run business that led their classmates to a national championship and competition in Moscow for the World Cup presented by SAGE: “Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship.”
An exotic bird was on the loose in Mt. Lebanon.
Marching in Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade can work off a lot of calories. So can running in the “Steelers 5K.”
The giraffe is an animal you can’t help looking up to.
At a busy corner in Wilkinsburg stands the “House of Gold.”
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It was all set. A would-be groom had shelled out more than $15,000 for a Sunday reception at The Priory, on Pittsburgh’s North Side. And then, the wedding was cancelled. Phil Laboon […]
“ALS” is a terrible disease which usually ends with paralysis and death. But as we have seen, the ALS Association has come up with a unique way to raise funds for research.
Four hives on the roof of the Duquesne Club in Downtown Pittsburgh contain about 75,000 very busy bees.
Guitar maker Greg Savage plays one of his own creations in the woodland studio behind his home in Valencia.
There was a lot of activity in Carnegie Park Monday afternoon.
Something has been missing at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
Some 500 pinball players are taking aim at the 17th annual World Pinball Championship in Carnegie.
Behind an ordinary house near Burgettstown lives an extraordinary pet.
Bees are swarming on the roof of the downtown Duquesne Club, but that’s a good thing.
From a scoreboard to a smorgasbord, there’s a lot that’s new at Heinz Field this season.