As the feats, and really the legend of LeBron James grows ever larger, he has begun to transcend the game itself, much to the dismay of many fans. Consequently, is he, or Commissioner David Stern, the greatest villain currently in the NBA?
LeBron James caught the inbounds pass, changed direction and immediately attacked the rim.
Conference Finals have arrived. See the official schedule of games, scores and seedings.
A half-marathon scheduled to take place in August has been postponed. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Pittsburgh Half-Marathon was expected to bring millions of dollars into the Pittsburgh economy, but it seems there is some controversy over the event.
For many women spring is both a happy and dreaded time of the year. It’s time to refresh your home and wardrobe, but it is also time to choose a new swimsuit. With the help of ModCloth’s ModStylist Chelsey you can use these simple tips to find the perfect suit for you.
The mayor of Braddock went going door to door on Wednesday making certain residents with no gas service have some sort of heat.
More hot weather is moving in and the City of Pittsburgh has opened four cooling centers for seniors.
Severe weather struck the Pittsburgh area Thursday, knocking out power and bringing down trees.
With all the hot weather this summer, 2012 has had 13 ozone action days so far – already more than last year’s nine days, seven in 2010 and six in 2009. Breathing ozone can trigger coughing, a scratchy throat, or worse, it can aggravate asthma and emphysema.
If you need to have coolant added to your air conditioner this summer, brace yourself. You might be in for a shock because the price of staying cool is about to go up.
In sickness, in health and in scorching temperatures, a bride and groom said their vows on the 50-yard line of Robert Morris University’s Joe Walton Stadium. “My mom and I had a joke that we were praying for no rain, but we forgot to pray for not 100 degree record-breaking heat,” Kirsten Andrade said.
Hundreds of people went to Oakland to hear President Barack Obama speak; however, some of them couldn’t take the heat. A number of people required medical attention because they either passed out or suffered from other heat-related issues.
With the scorching hot temperatures, you might be able to beat the heat, but what about your medications? If you have a chronic condition and you notice your symptoms are worse than usual, think about where your meds have been.
There’s hot and there’s really hot. Just ask Anton Zupancic and his Folino Asphalt crew. Drop a little water on the tarry surface and it boils in seconds. Think about putting down asphalt over 14-city blocks at high noon and you get the idea.
Mother Nature is continuing to turn up the heat on the Pittsburgh region, which makes it very important to take precautions to stay safe.