More pictures have been released of the violent confrontation between a police officer and a 19-year-old woman who was arrested at a Pittsburgh Pride event.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler defensive coordinator, NFL head coach, and NBC analyst Tony Dungy is making headlines after reportedly saying he wouldn’t have drafted Michael Sam because he is gay, and wouldn’t want to “deal with it.”
The 14-second video shocked the city, a young woman allegedly getting punched and beaten by a Pittsburgh Police officer during Pride Fest last month.
Police are investigating an incident caught on camera that shows what a police officer allegedly assaulting a Pride Fest attendee.
Pittsburgh’s LGBT community is celebrating this weekend.
The Pittsburgh LGBT community will have a lot to celebrate at this year’s Pride.
Mayor Bill Peduto will marry a select few LGBT couples planning to tie the knot after last week’s federal court decision, in a group ceremony.
Professional sports teams across the country are joining millions of people by going purple for Spirit Day, but the message isn’t being well received by some.
Some state Democratic lawmakers want to bar Pennsylvania mental-health providers from trying to change the sexual orientation of gay minors.
For the first time in Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade history, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community marched alongside members of the Service Employees International Union.
Some local bars and restaurants are boycotting Russian Vodka.
Two Pittsburgh men who have been in a relationship for more than 40 years found a unique way to get around state law that prohibits benefits for same-sex couples.
American Idol Finalist Adam Lambert will be headlining the Pride in the Street Festival Saturday.
A Bridgeport, Ohio woman ousted as the Den Mother of her son’s Boy Scout group is reacting to the national organization’s possible shift in policy regarding gays and lesbians as leaders.
Dozens of gay marriage supporters showed up at the Chick-fil-A at the Waterfront in Homestead Friday night. The protestors stood outside the restaurant, held signs and wore t-shirts with messages like, “Gay OK” “We’re People” and “Free Hugs.”