A local chapter of a national fraternity — that was motivated by the challenges facing many black children — has created a useful program.
Dr. Laurence Glasco, a professor of African-American history at the University of Pittsburgh is teaming up with Dollar Bank.
Employees of Dollar Bank, a bank that has been in the community since July 19, 1855, discovered several documents a couple years ago, many of them actual signature ledgers, as well as the original charter and articles of incorporation.
In celebration of Black History Month, we took a look at a local legendary musician who is giving back to his community.
At the World of Wheels Custom Car and Hot Rod Show, you’ll find hundreds of classic cars, trucks, restored muscle cars, motorcycles and just about anything that has wheels.
Pittsburgh Police rescued six dogs that were left out in the cold in the city’s Lincoln-Lemington neighborhood Thursday.
A woman appeared in court Wednesday after her 2-year-old son was found wandering in the Ross Park Mall parking lot earlier this month.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will begin accepting applications later this month for “tavern gaming licenses.”
The little kitty is safe now, but he is still a little scared and shaken up.
Police are investigating after a man was stabbed during an attempted robbery while on his way home from work in Beechview earlier this week.
The U.S. attorney in West Virginia says federal authorities are opening an investigation into what caused a chemical spill that tainted a river and shut down much of the state’s capital city and surrounding counties.
Music is a big part of the First Night Pittsburgh celebration. Headlining the grand finale is Charles Bradley.
Tenth grade student Shubunam Magar pays close attention in her English Language class.
For many of us, one of the staples of Christmas Day is getting together with family for a holiday meal.
It was flooded by destructive waters with hundreds of toys damaged before Christmas.