President Woodrow Wilson declared Nov. 11, 1919, as Armistice Day to mark the end of World War I. Since then, it has been re-named Veterans Day.
The possibilities were endless, but a local Boy Scout decided to use his Eagle Scout project to honor people he’s never even met before.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation kicked off its seventh annual Believe campaign in the downtown Pittsburgh Macy’s.
It takes a special person to run into a burning building, but firefighters do it every day. Now, many of those same men and women are concentrating on another effort that helps children in our community.
They may not be much on carrying a tune, but the 28 North Allegheny football seniors sure know how to throw a surprise birthday party.
Birthday parties are supposed to be a time to celebrate life, but the atmosphere was a bit more somber this weekend in Washington.
Mayor Bill Peduto visited with student Marlene Burton minutes after they cut the ribbon Friday on the Hill House Passport Academy Charter School.
While many people are thinking about Halloween, we are hard at work getting ready for Thanksgiving.
Minor league sports sometimes get a bad rap for goofy promotions designed to get fans in the stands.
After being dominated in a 31-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, Steeler Nation has reason to be concerned.
A crash on Route 28 is having a major impact on traffic.
Getting to the doctor’s office isn’t always easy or convenient, and Pittsburgh Mercy Health System has spent 310-thousand dollars to change that.
Hockey season is back and the Pittsburgh Penguins open up their season tonight at Consol Energy Center.
Pittsburgh has long been known as the City of Champions and today, another entry in the record book was made.
In the past five years, nearly 500 Pennsylvanians a year have died before they were able to receive an organ or tissue donation.