WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — Four mayors. Four police chiefs. Four buckets. And a big cooler of ice. That’s right – the Ice Bucket Challenge has landed literally on Main Street USA, on the steps of […]
Experts are warning Android phone users about a security issue. It’s called Fake ID, and could allow malicious apps to access the other programs on your phone.
There’s a fascination with what life was like when dinosaurs, not humans, ruled the land.
A new app developed in Pittsburgh eliminates the wait at restaurants that don’t take reservations.
One person was injured after a car struck a house in Washington County Thursday morning.
The older we get, the more that little aches and pains turn into big aches and pains, but now, a new product is helping prevent knee, hip and ankle problems and helping stop the pain that already exists.
Two weeks from today, the 37th annual EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta takes over Point State Park, bringing back old standards and adding some new twists.
If you’re looking for a quick getaway this summer, Hershey is just a three to four hour drive away and has lots to do, including an amusement park for all ages.
It’s a love story – caught on camera. KDKA was there when a Pittsburgh police officer proposed to his girlfriend today.
The sounds of strings mingled with splashing and laughing. It all happened under the shadow of two towering Parisian dancers in Market Square.
Surfing is something we usually associate with California, but what about right here on our three rivers?
Teenage drivers are three times more likely than adults to be involved in a fatal crash. That’s one reason why more and more parents are purchasing driver monitor devices – and these devices are getting high-tech.
Police in Washington County are trying to track down the person who stole a giant, fiberglass rooster statue from outside a local business.
Youth sports are a whole different ballgame from when most parents were in school.
Pirates’ pitcher Jason Grilli’s name on Twitter is @GrillCheese49. Now he’s using that nickname to help give back to the Pittsburgh community at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.