Hundreds of local children now have backpacks to start the school year, thanks to some bikers.
Pittsburgh International Airport’s decision to ban solicitors has upset some frequent fliers who have been greeted by the same stalwart Salvation Army worker for the last 16 years.
A Pittsburgh-based charity is helping out people in need all around the world. Brother’s Brother is sending medical supplies and equipment to three different continents.
A local couple is looking for a way to pay for a service dog that could change their son’s life.
HAZMAT and government agencies are investigating the site of an abandoned plant in Ohio, where two dogs were found covered in tar.
There are lots of questions after a second dog was found covered in thick, hot, tar.
The Animal Rescue League is looking for help after a temporary closure at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society has led to an overflow of animals.
Knights of Columbus collecting money in Elizabeth Township over the weekend got quite a surprise.
Today is the Day of Giving here in Pittsburgh and around the country.
Mya Fox learned early in life that it’s better to give than receive.
The Central Blood Bank is working to replenish its blood supply following last week’s school stabbings.
Pittsburgh City Council members are leading the charge to change an FDA policy they call “outdated” and downright, discrimination.
In Beaver County, some crews are going without their trucks, plows and salt.
This Valentine’s Day, Jaime’s Dream Team is making a 12-year-old girl’s dream come true, after battling a lifelong illness.
The director of the Light of Life Mission calls it heartbreaking.