Prom season is just around the corner for thousands of area high school students.
Expectations for the Pittsburgh Pirates are very high this season with several well-respected baseball people picking them to go all the way to the World Series.
The Pittsburgh Pirates opened the 2015 season on the road, but they are back in town for today’s home-opener.
Thousands of fans love Andrew McCutchen, while others scream for Josh Harrison. Some are crazy about Pedro Alvarez or Neil Walker.
If you plan on heading out to PNC Park this season, there are some new security measures to keep in mind.
You would never know from looking at the box office where tickets are on sale for the playoffs, that interest is at an all-time high for the Pens.
California and Minnesota already have it in place. A Texas inventor started talking about the idea ten years ago. Now, the Lottery Commission in Pennsylvania is looking at selling tickets in a very popular place.
Time runs out on the basketball court, and the celebration begins. California University of Pennsylvania has won the Division II Women’s National Championship.
The NCAA Division II women’s basketball title was handed out and the trophy for 2015 now makes it home in California, Pa.
This summer, he will be headed to the Hall of Fame, but first, Pittsburgh Steelers legend Jerome Bettis took time to bowl to raise money for his foundation.
The Pittsburgh Local Task Force is charged with improving and expanding the opportunities for students with disabilities in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Mount Lebanon’s decision to control the deer population had people on both sides of the issue up in arms.
The death of a tattoo shop owner Kevin Croney in New Kensington has touched many people in the area.
You would be hard pressed to find a traditional student at Rosedale Technical College.
With sunshine and temperatures pushing into the 60s today, it almost feels like baseball season. Over the weekend, a bunch of baseball players thought it felt a lot like Christmas too.