The grieving father of the man who was killed during the shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland earlier this week says the loss of his son has left a hole in his heart.
Nothing says spring is on the way like the annual home and garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Here are the best places in Pittsburgh to stay with your pets.
By Rachel Booth Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought a message of hope and healing to America. On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on […]
The University of Pittsburgh is a magnificent school. The main campus is nestled in the heart of Oakland. The campus is fairly large and boasts the Cathedral of Learning, a 42-story Gothic cathedral that is home of the Nationality Rooms.
The night before Thanksgiving many family and friends come back home for the holiday; find out where to take your family to enjoy a wholesome atmosphere that everyone will enjoy!
Help the Kids at Children’s! We’re partnering with Eat’n Park to Help the Kids at Children’s! Eat’n Park and KDKA Radio invite you to ‘make a change with your change’ by stopping by your neighborhood […]
Enjoy taking your dog for a walk or run? The Pittsburgh area boasts some great public trails to enjoy nature with your best friend!
A family of seven was hospitalized this morning after they were overcome by some type of fumes inside their Wilkinsburg home. According to authorities, Pittsburgh firefighters and Wilkinsburg EMS crews were called to Marlboro Avenue around 7:45 a.m.
There are few better ways to enjoy the beauty of our city than by enjoying a day riding around town and enjoying the river fronts on one of the many bike trails!
Tired of trying to keep the kids entertained while you try to gulp down your meal? There are plenty of kid-friendly restaurants in Pittsburgh with delicious dining options sure to satisfy just about any parent’s appetite!
For a lot of families, beach houses and European vacations just aren’t in the budget this year. But that doesn’t mean you should throw away all your fun for the summer. In fact, there’s plenty to do in Pittsburgh for the day — without spending a fortune. Check out this itinerary for some cheap eats and dollar-friendly (or free!) activities for your mini-vacation.
Looking for something fun to do with the family this weekend? The Fayette County Fair, which runs from now through Saturday, August 6th, has something for just about everyone!
The ToonSeum, located in the Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, is an art gallery for all ages. Their current exhibit, Superheroes: Icons & Origins, runs to the end of July. It explores the origins of some of the best-known and most beloved comic heroes of the twentieth century.
By Mary Davis The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is definitely an event worth the yearlong wait. Now in its 29th year, the PVGP is America’s largest vintage racing event. It’s also the only race that […]