Eat ‘N Park
Police are looking for the man who robbed the Eat ‘N Park in South Strabane Township.
“How’s come this place is called Eat n’ Park instead of Park n’ Eat? Maybe there’s something on the Wickerpedia about it.” With those words, the Internet sensation known as “Pittsburgh Dad” opens this week’s segment.
It sometimes seems like everywhere you turn, there is another contest to win some huge prize. Sometimes, you don’t even have to play to win.
It is believed to be the longest-running holiday season commercial in America. But tri-state viewers never tire of the animated spot featuring a fir tree, bending down to lift the “Christmas star.”
Shaler Township Police are looking for witnesses who saw a man allegedly trying to enter several vehicles along Route 8.
Every once in a while there comes a commercial that people actually enjoy watching. Again and again, in some cases! KDKA’s Dave Crawley takes a closer look at a local yuletide favorite.
Hampton Township police say a report they received about an abduction at a restaurant was unfounded.
A wild turkey, estimated to weigh between 15 to 20 pounds, crashed through the window of the Eat ‘N Park in Penn Hills.
Crews are at the scene of a water main break on Banksville Road. The water is apparently causing problems for vehicles parked at an Eat ‘N Park and a barbecue restaurant nearby.
A car reportedly crashed into a building at the Waterfront. This happened at about 8 p.m. on East Waterfront Drive.
Finding a restaurant suitable for the whole family can be tough sometimes. We’ve narrowed down the area’s best family-friendly restaurants where you can enjoy good food and good company at the same time.
When the Eat ‘n Park on Route 8 in Hampton closed on Easter Sunday, the doors remained unlocked and people went inside the closed restaurant.