If you close your eyes and look really hard, you can see the glory of the old Coraopolis station.
A crash involving a van on its way to school this morning had four students on board when it was hit in Carrick.
Firefighters faced flames and frigid temperatures while responding to a house fire in Beaver County Tuesday morning.
With Duke making their first ever visit to the Peterson Event Center tonight, there has been much anticipation surrounding the event, no more so evident than the long line of Pitt students currently camping out at The Pete to ensure they get tickets.
For nine years, “Wicked” has traveled the country, thrilling audiences with its magic and music.
August Wilson and Dr. Leroy Patrick have been named the winners of the Spirit of King Awards for 2014.
Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. To honor Dr. King’s legacy, PNC is debuting 12 oral histories of prominent African Americans in western Pennsylvania.
It takes a ton of work to put on a show as big as “Wicked.” Fifteen tractor trailers, a crew of 70 and two and a half days to make it perfect before the curtain.
Police are looking for two men who held up a local gas station with a semi-automatic gun.
It seems everyday there is a new gizmo or gadget that is supposed to make life easier or better — and most of those devices run on electricity.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Promise are working to teach what their students may not learn in class.
It’s so cold that state police are warning that troopers will file criminal charges against anyone who fails to provide shelter for their pets.
He coached the Steelers for nearly 15 years and guided them to a victory in Super Bowl XL. But for the past several years, Bill Cowher has worked as a network studio analyst for CBS.
School officials say the construction being done on Mt. Lebanon High School will require asbestos removal.
Pittsburghers stripped down for the annual “Polar Plunge” Wednesday morning.