George Washington Carver, David Crosthwait and Patricia Bath are just a handful of African Americans who have created products or devices to improve our living standards.
Students at Pittsburgh Obama School were recently surprised with a visit from Olympic medalist swimmer, Cullen Jones.
A social media effort to help a local boy fighting cancer meet his favorite WWE superstar came true Tuesday night. Not only did he attend the WWE Raw event at CONSOL Energy Center, he got up close and personal with Daniel Bryan.
Courtney Hall, 21, loves Facebook and animals — especially dogs.
Now that Uniontown residents have the speed bumps they’ve been asking for, a new problem has arisen.
Here in Pittsburgh — More than 1,000 people will enjoy a hot Thanksgiving dinner, thanks to the work of volunteers at the Light Of Life Mission.
Ever drop your smart phone or iPad, cracking the screen? If you don’t have insurance and your upgrade is months — or possibly years away — fixing it can be very costly.
The news is not good when it comes to the academic achievement of students in Pittsburgh Public Schools. The A-Plus Schools’ annual report was released Monday.
City developers in East Liberty and the Hill District are moving forward with two big projects, all thanks to a generous federal grant.
A local organization is helping women find work by giving them a boost of confidence with a new look.
Dozens of treasured cultural assets are opening their doors free to the public over the next few weeks for the return of RADical Days.
Dozens of treasured cultural assets are opening their doors free to the public over the next few weeks for the return of RADical Days. The annual event is sponsored by the Allegheny Regional Asset District, or RAD, which distributes your sales tax money to support those organizations.
When Sheila May-Stein first arrived at Manchester School in Pittsburgh, she was blown away by what the school didn’t have – books. For years, the library at the school dwindled and there was no funding to save it.
Pride and excitement filled the gymnasium today at Geibel Catholic High School in Connellsville. The Cardinal Newman Society just named Geibel Catholic as one of the nation’s top 50 Catholic high schools.
Billy Gardell is known to millions as “Mike” on the CBS show “Mike & Molly,” but he’s still a Pittsburgher at heart.