Irish pride will fill the streets of Pittsburgh this weekend. The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held Saturday morning.
This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, PennDOT and state police are teaming up to look for drunk drivers.
March is Irish-American Month and what better way to celebrate St.Patrick’s Day with a parade in Pittsburgh? The parade route traverses through the city to highlight the Irish heritage. Families and children may use this time to learn about the culture, dances, songs, and historical background of the Irish people in the Pittsburgh region. There are free events that will make St.Patrick’s Day a special celebration to remember.
Law enforcement officials from several departments, including the DEA, raided two Downtown Pittsburgh jewelry stores Wednesday morning.
Water gushing into the lobby of a Downtown hotel kept Pittsburgh firefighters busy Thursday night.
As we usher in the New Year, get ready for higher parking rates at certain lots in the City of Pittsburgh.
There are a lot of people who try to promise how they have something for everyone. If you can’t find something to entertain you at First Night Pittsburgh, you simply aren’t looking very hard.
Judge Robert Dzvonick joins KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek for the weekly Ask the Judge segment.
Free parking is the norm at most suburban shopping malls, but those who shop in Downtown Pittsburgh or the city’s seven neighborhood business districts have to pull out the quarters to park their cars at metered spots, at least during the daytime. Evening parking has been free, but that changes in 2013 unless City Council acts.
From humble beginnings, the PNC YMCA Turkey Trot had a record crowd Thursday morning. Now in its 22nd year, thousands of runners have made it a must-do every Thanksgiving morning.
The skating rink at PPG Place to Market Square and over to Point State Park – all of them were filled with tens of thousands of people Friday night celebrating the start of the holiday season. Pittsburgh knows how to throw a party.
In the eyes of a child, this night is about Santa, glittering trees, and fireballs. But Light Up Night and the Santa Spectacular mean something completely different to a grown-up mayor.
With the Christmas holiday season here, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Downtown Pittsburgh leaders went on a walking tour of local shops Wednesday to encourage shoppers to think Downtown.
Three people were hurt and the Wood Street Station had to be shut down Friday night when a Port Authority light rail car derailed in Downtown Pittsburgh.
A crash on Ft. Duquesne Boulevard Wednesday night ended the police chase of the car 19-year-old David Thomas was driving, but Thomas didn’t stop there.