Today marks the start of the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign.
You probably wouldn’t think clowns, zombies, aliens, and werewolves would head up a very good fundraising campaign, but ALL of them did a pretty amazing job of bringing in donations at this event today.
This year Dairy Queen is celebrating Miracle Treat Day with even more magic.
You may have noticed a lot of people dumping cold ice water on their heads to help raise awareness for ALS.
More than 30,000 students locally are in need of basic school supplies.
A local couple is looking for a way to pay for a service dog that could change their son’s life.
Larry and John Broadcast live Thursday morning from the Giant Eagle in Shaler for Crayons for Kids!
Jhanay Harber has died after fighting a battle against breast cancer.
Efforts to save the Brownsville Drive-In movie theater are taking a big step forward.
Many groups have been working in the fight against cancer by doing all sorts of crazy things to raise money.
Mary Thompson, 93, was shaking and shivering from the cold a month ago when we were called to her home – and then again on Saturday.
Mayor Bill Peduto’s office announced Friday that the Pittsburgh Foundation is taking donations for The Officer Rocco K-9 Memorial Fund, which will be used to benefit police K-9 units.
For more than 80 years The Lamplighter Restaurant and the Ferri family have been dishing up good food – and goodwill in Delmont.