Students Walk Out To Protest Gun Violence In SchoolsStudents at more than 2,500 schools across the nation streamed out of their classrooms Friday morning as part of a National School Walkout.
‘World’s Biggest Bounce House’ Coming To PittsburghIt’s being billed as the “World’s Biggest Bounce House” and it’s coming to Pittsburgh.
Stanley Cup Makes Brief Return To PittsburghThe Stanley Cup made a pit stop in Pittsburgh Tuesday. It’s just one stop along a long tour to promote the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Pittsburgh Lyft Passengers Among Highest Tippers In CountryPittsburghers who use Lyft to get around the city are some of the most generous tippers in the country.
City Of Pittsburgh Street Paving To Begin MondayStreet paving work throughout the Pittsburgh area is scheduled to begin Monday, and the city has released a list of this year's projects.
Democrat Conor Lamb Sworn Into CongressDemocrat Conor Lamb has been sworn in as the newest member of Congress after winning a closely watched special election in Pennsylvania.
Officials: Missing West End Woman LocatedOfficials confirm a missing woman from Pittsburgh's West End has been located.
Family Of Suspected Drug Dealers Charged In Fatal OverdosesFive family members who were all involved in a drug trafficking organization are facing charges for selling drugs that resulted in fatal overdoses.
Sign Fire Damages Ruth's Chris Steak HouseFirefighters were called to Ruth's Chris Steak House early Wednesday morning, after one of the signs caught fire.
GoatScaping Gets The Go-Ahead: City Council To Approve 5-Year Deal For Weed-Eating GoatsGrazing goats are getting the go-ahead to keep munching on Pittsburgh's weeds and brush.
Students Lead The Way As Tens Of Thousands Attend Pittsburgh 'March For Our Lives'Tens of thousands of people attended Pittsburgh's March For Our Lives rally, one of several held across the country Saturday.
Pittsburgh Returns To The Silver Screen In 'Acrimony'Pittsburgh will be back on the silver screen later this month in the new Tyler Perry movie "Acrimony."