An ecumenical prayer service is being held tonight in Carnegie to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the floods that claimed a life there following Hurricane Ivan in 2004.
Kurt Angle rose from humble beginnings here in Pittsburgh to become an Olympic gold medalist and an international star in pro wrestling.
A Franklin Regional High School student, who was just released from the hospital two weeks after the stabbings, is telling his story.
Teachers and staff will return to Franklin Regional High School today for the first time since a stabbing incident left 21 people injured last week.
Doctors say a 17-year-old student who was among the most critically injured in a high school stabbing rampage outside Pittsburgh continues to improve after undergoing another surgery.
Twenty-four people were injured during Wednesday’s stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, but less than half remain in the hospital.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without the services of Pascal Dupuis for the next six to eight months after undergoing knee surgery.
Kris Letang is continuing to recover from a stroke he suffered in January.
For some people, hip or knee surgery are inevitable. A local doctor is making the process a lot less painful using what you might call a special pain cocktail and his patients swear by it.
In July of 2010, a Munhall woman’s life was changed when she was hit by a car less than a mile from her home. Tonight, she will be receive a big honor.
Brandon Bushmire is back at home with his parents after spending 14 months in the hospital and undergoing six surgeries.
Sidney Crosby continues to recover from a broken jaw and his status for Game 1 against the New York Islanders Wednesday night is still unknown.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without Evgeni Malkin tonight when they host the Washington Capitals. However, he may not be out for much longer.
Ben Roethlisberger put his injured shoulder to the test on Thursday, but it’s still unclear whether he’ll be ready to play Sunday. However, one thing is clear. He’s enjoying his new role as a father.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a local boy will be saying goodbye to his nurses and doctors at UPMC Children’s Hospital and will head home to Butler County.