Police continue to look for leads as to who fired the gun that wounded a woman at Kennywood on the Fourth of July.
You don’t have to be a runner to race at Kennywood this weekend.
Whether you’re a native Pittsburgher, or just have an affinity for the glorious metropolis referred to fondly as the “Steel City”, these five destinations will make your weekend trek to the Three Rivers area a fun-filled, memorable experience.
Police have filed summary and misdemeanor charges against nine juveniles who were allegedly involved in the disturbance at Kennywood earlier this month.
Kennywood officials will be reviewing their security protocol after a big fight broke out Saturday night.
Several police units were called to a reported fight at Kennywood Park.
Kennywood will continue their tradition of honoring different heritages by holding Italian Day on July 12th.
If you’re looking for the best Fourth of July parties in Pittsburgh, you’ve got plenty to pick from with these five considered among the best in the city.
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Join KDKA for Celebrate America Days at Kennywood June 30 – July 5!
There are a number of ways to experience soaring through air well within the city limits. For those with an adventurous spirit and without a fear of heights, here are the best flying adventures in Pittsburgh.
Kennywood Park officially started the holiday season Friday with the kickoff of Holiday Lights. The second annual event is expected to draw thousands this holiday season.
Kennywood officially turned on their “Holiday Light’s” Friday evening.
By Rachel Booth With the 4th of July falling on Wednesday this year, it creates a super-long celebration, starting this weekend! On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on Pittsburgh Today Live, we’re talking […]
With an eating contest, dachshund race, fireworks every night and an overall festival, Celebrate America Days take over Kennywood Park every year. Special entertainment includes mimes, jugglers, stilt walkers, unicyclists, ice carving, arts and crafts, face painting, jewelry making, antique cars, and musical, dance and theater groups. Don’t miss out on the park itself, from potato patch french fries to world-famous roller coasters, water rides, thrill and classic rides, and a Kiddie Land, which offers a variety of rides and games for younger children. Keep an ear open for announcements each evening as some rides and stands close earlier than others.