Pittsburgh Ushers In 2017 With Highmark First Night CelebrationsCrowds flocked downtown to enjoy the celebrations at Highmark First Night and usher in the New Year on Saturday night.
Forbes Hospital Welcomes First Pittsburgh Baby Born In 2017Forbes Hospital welcomed the first baby born in the Pittsburgh area in 2017 early Sunday morning.
Consumer Reports: The Best And Worst Stores For Gift ReturnsThis holiday season, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll either get or give a gift that will end up in the to-be-returned pile.
Family Escapes Christmas Tree Fire Thanks To Dog Named ‘Bruce Wayne’A Christmas tree is being blamed for sparking a fire that damaged a local family’s home, and everyone made it out safely thanks to someone who goes by the name “Bruce Wayne.”
Steelers Fans Bring Holiday Celebrations To Heinz FieldSteelers fans ditched their Christmas traditions Sunday to see their team take on the Ravens, but some kept the spirit of the holidays alive in the parking lots outside Heinz Field.
Santa's On His Way: Military Helps Kids Follow Fabled FlightIt's Christmas Eve, which means NORAD is busy keeping track of Santa's journey around the world.
FBI, Local Law Enforcement Urging Awareness After ISIS Holiday ThreatsFederal authorities are warning local law enforcement across the country Friday night about a threat by ISIS calling for attacks on churches and other holiday gathering sites.
Holiday Traditions: Hard Candy RecipeTwo local sisters and others are keeping one of Pittsburgh's holiday candy traditions alive.
Holiday Traditions: Pizzelles RecipeOne of Pittsburgh’s most beloved holiday traditions is the sweets! And that includes Pizzelles!
Best Books For Kids This Holiday SeasonThis holiday season, our sister company, Simon & Schuster, has the perfect gifts for every young reader in your life.
Furry Tails: Holiday & Winter Safety Tips For Pet OwnersWhile your dog might enjoy and fun frolic out in the snow, this cold weather can quickly become just as dangerous for any pet as it is for their people.
Newspaper No Longer Stands By Story Of Boy Dying In Santa's ArmsThe Knoxville News-Sentinel says it no longer stands by the story of a man who told the newspaper that a terminally ill boy died in his arms while he was portraying Santa Claus.