With the Fourth of July weekend upon us, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to crowd Downtown and the North Shore.
The next three days, expect the City of Pittsburgh to be bouncing with over half a million people.
The ongoing road construction on Route 28 is expected to cause traffic delays during a busy weekend on the North Shore and Downtown.
The Pittsburgh LGBT community will have a lot to celebrate at this year’s Pride.
It finally feels like summer as the Three Rivers Arts Festival kicks off this weekend.
The historic Macy’s building downtown could soon become apartments.
The fried bologna sandwich is a Pittsburgh classic, I’m told.
Part of Squirrel Hill was blocked off as officials investigated a suspicious package.
The annual “MS Walk” steps off today downtown at Point State Park.
It may be the clearest sign of warmer weather yet: the Point State Park fountain.
First there’s the St. Patrick’s Day parade through the streets of downtown.
It’s a certain sign of spring: the arrival of the Home and Garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
You may already know that the first Mayor of Pittsburgh, Ebenezer Denny, was an Irishman.
Despite flooding concerns in many areas, the Mon Wharf will be open Monday.
Police are on the scene after a Port Authority bus crashed into a wall downtown.