New Year’s Eve
Tens of thousands of people will head into Downtown Pittsburgh tonight to help ring in the New Year.
There’s always something new when “First Night Pittsburgh” kicks off the new year.
Heading into Downtown Pittsburgh for New Year’s Eve?
As we reflect on 2013, it’s time to look ahead to New Year’s Eve – and Highmark First Night Pittsburgh celebration.
December 1994, the newly formed Attack Theater warms up for their first performance in the very first First Night.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of “First Night” in Pittsburgh.
A former semi-pro wrestler from the Pittsburgh area is facing charges after he allegedly put a woman in a headlock and then assaulted a police officer.
Allegheny County’s top prosecutor says he has concerns about the way Pittsburgh Police handled the case that ended in the shooting death of a Larimer woman on New Year’s Eve.
On New Year’s Eve, two officers were summoned to a house in Larimer after a woman called 911 asking for help, but they left when a man came to the window and said things were okay.
Allegheny County Police say they have issued an arrest warrant for the suspected gunman in an overnight shooting during a New Year’s Eve party in McKeesport.
New Year’s Eve has come and gone, but the memories of the First Night celebration are very much alive in the minds of the thousands who packed Pittsburgh Monday night.
Thousands of people lined Penn avenue New Year’s Eve for the First Night parade.
It’s New Year’s Eve, and in Pittsburgh that means it’s First Night downtown.
For the young and young of heart, this is a night to sweep out the old, this hope for the new.
It may have started snowing, but it won’t be enough to spoil you New Year’s Eve fun.