Legislation For New Downtown Police Substation Being IntroducedPittsburgh City Council is expecting to get its first look at legislation to establish a new police substation in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh.
Lots Of Security On Hand As Warmer Weather Attracts Big Crowds To Light Up NightThe unusually warm weather on Friday night attracted a huge crowd to Downtown Pittsburgh for the annual kick off to the holiday season, Light Up Night.
Thousands Expected To Take Part In Pittsburgh's Light Up Night FestivitiesAn estimated 300,000 people are expected to be in downtown Pittsburgh tonight for Comcast Light Up Night.
PTL Links: Nov. 18, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Light Up Night, Santa Spectacular and Chef Michael Symon! Click for more information about today's guests!
Light Up Night 2016 GuideWhat’s so unique and fun about Light Up Night is that it is a free outdoor event that truly has something for everyone!
City Stepping Up Security For Light Up Night CelebrationsThe Friday before Thanksgiving is Comcast Light Up Night in the City of Pittsburgh, officially kicking off the holiday shopping season.
Street Closures Planned For Light Up NightPittsburgh's Light Up Night celebration will mean many street closures in Downtown Pittsburgh.
First-Of-Its-Kind Display To Debut On Rachel Carson Bridge On Light Up NightThe city will soon kick off the holiday season with the popular, annual Light Up Night celebration in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Police Preparing For Light Up NightWith hundreds of thousands of people expected downtown for Friday's "Light Up Night" celebrations, the Pittsburgh Public Safety Department says it's increasing police presence.
Holiday Festivities Begin Next Week In PittsburghThe holiday celebrations in Pittsburgh are just around the corner.
Light Up Night’s Newest Attractions Include LED Bridge Display, Virtual RealityIt wasn't Halloween yet when the first Christmas wreaths went up in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Has Good Reason For Premature Christmas DecorFolks are used to retailers putting up Christmas decorations before Halloween, but why is it happening on downtown Pittsburgh streets?