The Annual Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival outside Heinz Field concluded Monday night.
The Labor Day parade is a tradition here in Pittsburgh. With 60,000 people expected to either watch or participate in the downtown event, the parade is much more than celebrating labor. It’s about politics as well.
While it may be a day off for some, others say Labor Day is an opportunity to bring attention to some major issues, including jobs and the working class.
Mitt Romney’s economic plan basically says if you make $22.50 an hour with benefits, you make too much money; and if you make $22.5 million, then you pay too much in taxes.
Instead of getting rowdy at a demonstration or protest regarding the lack of jobs throughout the country, people can voice their discontent with the nation’s current unemployment rate on this Labor Day by simply placing an empty chair in their front yard.
This Labor Day, Rob Pratte talks with Gov. Tom Corbett and members of the Carpenters Union about the importance of labor in the United States and in Pennsylvania.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh Monday.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade. That means there will be some traffic restrictions through town. More Details: Parade Route
The Labor Day weekend is here and that means people are hitting the roads for one last summer getaway. So how will travelers fare with construction and gas prices?
Football season has officially arrived. The Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival is underway and there’s plenty of football, food and fun for fans of all ages.
If you’re using the trolley or buses this weekend, be ready for some delays.
Despite the rain in downtown Pittsburgh, thousands of people are expected to pack the streets for the annual Labor Day Parade.
KDKA AM’s Robert mangino gets grilling tips from a BBQ caterer.
The Labor Day weekend is here and if you’re staying in town, there’s plenty to do. The Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Fest is back on the North Shore until Sept. 5.
Labor Day comes at a unique time of year. Caught between two seasons, we’re left picking sides: do we try to Hold On To Summer or Embrace Fall?