There’s another big country music concert coming to Pittsburgh this weekend, but Mayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
Pittsburgh neighborhoods each encompass a diverse and dynamic element through sports, culture and community.
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Glowing in the mid-day sun, the bronze statue of children’s television icon Fred Rogers regains its original luster.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected in downtown Pittsburgh to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday.
With the Fourth of July weekend upon us, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to crowd Downtown and the North Shore.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are mulling several policies – including limiting tailgating hours in stadium parking lots – to avoid messes like the one left behind by 50,000 Luke Bryan fans last month.
The KDKA Afternoon News is taking a look at Luke Bryan this weekend from a variety of viewpoints.
Enough is enough. That’s the message from Mayor Bill Peduto after this weekend’s mess left behind after the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field.
Luke Bryan entertained over 50,000 people at Heinz Field Saturday night. However, the aftermath of the event led Mayor Bill Peduto to weigh in with some strong words.
While Luke Bryan entertained tens of thousands of fans at Heinz Field, police and first responders were busy with a lot of injuries and some arrests.
The ongoing road construction on Route 28 is expected to cause traffic delays during a busy weekend on the North Shore and Downtown.
The Warhol Museum is one place in Pittsburgh where you can take a real “walk on the wild side.”
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Thousands of runners have begun a 26.2-mile journey through the city as part of this year’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.