After 13 long years, Pittsburgh’s World War II Memorial was dedicated this morning.
It’s been said that Steelers fans bleed black and gold, but on this day, they were giving blood.
The holidays came early for nearly 400 Pittsburgh people who are homeless.
It is still three days until Thanksgiving and nearly 100 people got together this morning to assemble gift baskets of food. They will be passed out in the north side communities.
The third Thursday of November is Children’s Grief Awareness Day and it was intentionally established near the holidays. It’s a reminder that not everything is happy and joyous for kids who have lost loved ones.
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.
Pittsburgh has hosted dozens of NFL playoff games. World Series titles have been decided here, and the same goes for college and pro hockey.
Volunteers from a local group jumped into action this weekend to save nearly three dozen dogs from a shelter in Virginia.
This morning in Oakland, law enforcement officers from all around southwestern Pennsylvania, including local, state, and federal were recognized.
Clint Hurdle was still talking baseball today with hundreds of high school athletes who were hand-picked to attend a WPIAL event at the Heinz History Center.
Dozens of people gathered at the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh this morning.
With Veterans Day events being held all across the area today, some are quite small, while others fill entire banquet halls.
We know we’re not supposed to feed our dogs table scraps but so many of us do it anyway, but there are five specific things you really need to be concerned about, some even veterinarians didn’t know about until recently.
Do you ever wonder where the products that you use every day come from?
People who live east of the city will no longer have far to drive to go to the movies. Starting on Thursday, a new 12-screen theater will open in the Monroeville Mall.