This year, a little boy named Brian, who had the left side of his brain removed before his first birthday, got to ride through town in the Labor Day Parade.
Some of the most crowded places to drive in Pittsburgh are getting makeovers as dedicated bike lanes are being installed all around town.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will start heading back to town as the start of training camp draws near.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at a Butler County restaurant Sunday afternoon.
Students at Point Park University started to move into their dorms this morning. Instead of lugging carpets, mini-refrigerators and suitcases into the building themselves, they got some help.
The best in the world of gymnastics have gathered in Pittsburgh for this weekend’s P&G Championships.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has reportedly raised millions of dollars in the past few weeks for research of Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Thousands of people are descending on Oakland today and many of the busiest streets around the Pitt campus are blocked, closed or detoured as first year students move in.
You may have noticed a lot of people dumping cold ice water on their heads to help raise awareness for ALS.
Although “Deadliest Catch” Captain Bill Wichrowski spends a lot of time out at sea, he’s never far from Pittsburgh in his heart.
The PONY League World Series is a tradition in Washington County.
PNC Park went to the dogs Tuesday night as the Pirates opened up the stadium to welcome their four-legged fans.
Pittsburgh Pirates fans have been holding their breath today waiting to hear about the health of centerfielder Andrew McCutchen.
A family of five wants to take what could be a final vacation together this weekend, but health considerations make it nearly impossible to get the mom to North Carolina.
An altercation between a Pittsburgh police officer and a 19-year-old woman attending the Gay Pride Parade last month was the topic of conversation in city council chambers Tuesday night.