Dakota James' Family Offers Thanks: 'We've Been Strengthened By The People Of Pittsburgh'The parents of Dakota James, the missing Duquesne University grad student whose body was found yesterday, are thanking the people of Pittsburgh for their support during the long and difficult search for their son.
Body Of Missing Duquesne Grad Student FoundThe body of a missing Duquesne graduate student has been found.
Big Changes Underway At Science Center, Including New Robot That Can Shoot HoopsA favorite with kids, and adults, at the Carnegie Science Center is being retired. But have no fear, it's being replaced with a newer and better version.
NHL Stadium Series Brings Thousands To Pittsburgh, Boosting Local EconomyHeinz Field is under invasion, normally Pirates and Steelers fans dominate North Shore landscape between PNC Park and Heinz Field.
Crews Resume Search For Missing Duquesne University Grad StudentThe search continues for a missing Duquesne University graduate student.
National Missing Persons Group Working With Grad Student’s FamilyA national organization that helps families find their missing loved ones is now working with the family of Dakota James, the 23-year-old Duquesne University grad student who has been missing for several weeks.
Police: New Surveillance Image Shows Missing Grad Student Walking Through Cultural DistrictThe search for a missing Duquesne University grad student intensified on Tuesday.
Hotel, Brewery Part Of North Shore Development BoomMore development and more options coming to the North Shore.
Rivers Casino Outlines Plans For $51.5 Million HotelMore details about the Rivers Casino's plans for a hotel were released Tuesday after a meeting with the Pittsburgh Planning Commission.
Report: Rivers Casino To Build $35 Million HotelRivers Casino has plans to build a $35 million hotel on the North Shore.
Steelers To Host Pep Rally On The North ShoreThe Pittsburgh Steelers will host a pep rally Friday at Stage AE on the North Shore.
Top Poker Players Face Off Against CMU Super ComputerTwo years ago, four of the world's top poker players matched wits with a poker playing CMU computer at Rivers Casino on the North Shore.