In recent years, Pittsburgh has become synonymous with filmmaking, as some of the great Hollywood studios come to this region to film some iconic shots that end up on the big screen.
It’s called spoofing.
It seems Gov. Tom Corbett hardly ever comes to town with an empty hand.
Superheroes showed up at Children’s Hospital on Wednesday morning to greet Gov. Tom Corbett, a boost with polls showing him behind somewhere between seven to 17 points.
Despite the objections of mayors like Pittsburgh’s Bill Peduto and Philadelphia’s Michael Nutter, the state legislature approved a bill backed by the National Rifle Association that opponents say will cost local taxpayers a lot of money.
Injury or death by airbag — it’s a significant claim that auto manufacturers are taking seriously, as a growing number of individuals are hurt like Stephanie Erdman who barely survived.
Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial candidates are disagreeing over National Rifle Association-backed legislation that could unleash fresh court challenges to local gun-control laws in Pennsylvania.
As you drive along major thoroughfares in the Pittsburgh region, have you noticed something different this election season?
It seems hardly a day goes by without another killing in Pittsburgh.
A health official says at least seven people in northeast Ohio are quarantined and being monitored because they had contact with a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola after visiting the area.
Questions are being raised about how health officials are handling Ebola cases in the United States.
Despite the tragedy of last Monday, local residents know that Hazelwood is a whole lot more than police tape, shootings and death.
Those who have experienced the painful deaths of loved ones understand why Brittany Maynard wants to end her life on her own terms in Oregon, as she recounts in her own video about the pills that will take her young life before the brain cancer does.
Did the late Thomas Eric Duncan enter the United States under false pretenses, covering up his exposure to Ebola in Liberia to customs officials?
Carl Charnesky of Bethel Park was wounded in Vietnam decades ago, but it’s only now that he received the purple heart, thanks to the assistance of his congressman, Tim Murphy