About 6 million Americans popped the question on Valentine’s Day last year and this year should see more of the same kind of romance. If you or someone you know is getting down on one knee soon, or if you’re in line for fine jewelry shopping, Angie’s List has some tips to keep in mind.
It’s hard to deny the brilliance and beauty of diamonds.
iPads and Kindles, Chryslers and Caddies – there’s a lot of stuff that’s been left behind by people at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Police are on the lookout for a man who robbed an Upper St. Clair home.
Show your grad how proud you are with a special gift from the heart. Here are a few ideas for your upcoming college graduate.
Plum Police are looking for a man who burglarized a home just before noon Friday in the Grovecrest Drive development, and struck the homeowner while trying to flee the scene of the crime.
If you received a sparkly gift from your loved one, it’s is an investment that you will want to protect.
Having a hard time finding the perfect for her for Valentine’s Day? Check out these great suggestions from CBS Local’s Eat See Play.
Police in Uniontown are urging homeowners to keep an eye out for suspicious activity after a string of daring house burglaries.
Pittsburgh Police say a man who makes “rap beats” for famous musicians, including rapper Wiz Khalifa, had more than $113,000 worth of jewelry and other items stolen from his home.
Here are some of Pittsburgh’s best jewelry stores to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Ross Township police are asking residents to stay vigilant after thieves hit two homes in the area.
If you’re spring cleaning to-do list includes swapping out your winter wardrobe for some stylish spring fashions, the city’s many boutiques offer fantastic spring lines featuring affordable, versatile and trendy pieces.
The man accused of stealing troves of jewelry and other items from several local homes was arrested Tuesday.
When you think of fashion, you probably think of cities like New York and Paris. However, one business, founded right here in Pittsburgh, is changing that.