You might spend the Fourth of July leisurely eating grilled hamburgers or hot dogs, but a few people will take it a step farther with a competitive eating contest.
What goes up, must come down. But will your stomach come down with it? Kennywood’s new Black Widow ride is named for a spider who eats her mate.
Pittsburgh is a great city for history buffs! Executive Director of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, Louise Sturgess, and Al Tanner compiled a list of the top five historic sites you must see in Pittsburgh!
It’s been 24 hours since a car came off the Rankin Bridge, taking out the traffic signals and landing on two parked cars.
NewsChopper 2 is up over an accident on Route 837 near Kennywood.
With an eating contest, dachshund race, fireworks and an overall festival, Celebrate America Days take over Kennywood Park every year.
The 10th Annual “Wiener 100” dachshund race kicked off Kennywood’s first day of “Celebrate America.”
Winners of WDVE Radio’s “Billy Gardell Takes Over Kennywood” contest got to spend some time with the “Mike and Molly” star before the amusement park opened Thursday morning.
Kennywood opens May 3, and you’ll notice some changes this year, including one that could save you money.
A winning Powerball ticket has now been redeemed by a group of Kennywood workers.
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated each year in the US from September 15th through October 15th. Pittsburgh offers its own take on the celebration with some unique events, lectures and weekly social gatherings.