There’s an explosion of subscription services that deliver just about anything right to your house.
A growing number of sports leagues and companies are racing to get in on what could be the future of home video viewing, streaming content online directly to their fans.
The accused gunman in a November shooting outside Brashear High School was held for trial today.
Police believe some photos posted online may have led up to the shootings near Brashear High School that left three students injured.
Stand on any side of the road and it’s likely you’ll see drivers with a cell phone against their ear.
Access to a computer and the Internet is easier than ever, thanks to a program called Internet Essentials.
A woman in California has ignited an Internet firestorm with a photo she posted of herself and her three children.
A man accused in the sexual assault of three teenagers will stand trial. Police say Melvin Amodeo, 25, of Wilmerding, used social media to contact the victims.
They call themselves Internet sweepstakes cafés. You buy a phone card, which buys you time on a computer, and you can play video poker or Keno for cash or prizes. But after KDKA’s reports, the legislature declared them gambling parlors and passed legislation banning them.
A Washington County attorney says he plans to challenge Pa. Rep. Jesse White in the Democratic Primary.
If you were like many Pirates fans last night, after the Bucs won their 81st game of the season, you got on social media. Maybe you posted a tweet or texted a friend. But what if none of that existed?
Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher is trading his suit and tie, for mascara and handcuffs in his girlfriend’s new music video.
The two teens accused in the brutal beating of another teenager, which was captured on cell phone video, outside of the Brookline rec center have turned themselves into police.
Local recreation centers are supposed to be safe places for kids and teens, but what happened outside the rec center in Brookline is now the subject of a police investigation.
Cecil Township Supervisor Elizabeth Cowden had a very personal reason for making the four-hour trip from Washington County to Harrisburg Tuesday.