Thirty-five teachers in a financially-troubled school district have ratified a new contract after working without one for two years.
A group of residents in Ross Township is saying no to a proposed housing development that would add dozens of new homes.
ROBINSON TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Tom Moore knew his proposal to his girlfriend Amanda Rogers had to be impressive. Epic, even. Their first date was dinner and a movie. So he had an idea. What about […]
They say penguins mate for life. Well, while that may not be entirely true, one local couple’s love story has become all about the adorable flightless birds!
It’s a love story – caught on camera. KDKA was there when a Pittsburgh police officer proposed to his girlfriend today.
A proposal to use Allegheny County bridges as venues for special events is on the agenda for tonight’s County Council meeting.
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” at Spring Training on Wednesday to talk about his offseason and the upcoming 2014 season.
No woman really feels engaged until she has a ring on her finger. If you’ve decided to make it official this Valentine’s Day, here’s how to make sure the ring in your pocket is the one she’s been visualizing since the day you met.
He was at CONSOL Energy Center Saturday, but Sunday night, Justin Timberlake’s tour stopped in Louisville.
A new proposal for an early retirement program in Pittsburgh was unveiled Thursday morning.
Critics are taking aim at Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan to bring billions of federal health care dollars into Pennsylvania.
At today’s Butler County Commissioners meeting there was more passion about plans to sell Sunnyview Nursing and Rehabilitation Home.
Under state law, current residents of nursing homes can not be displaced, even if the home has a new owner. But a proposal to sell the county home in Butler is making many people uneasy.
Jolly Rogers waving at PNC Park come in all shapes, colors and sizes. And so does the dashing garb of the devoted Pirates’ fan.
It’s a huge party and the summer kick off that tens of hundreds of Pittsburghers wait for every year.