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.
The Moon Township School Board made a very unpopular decision Monday night when it voted to close a neighborhood elementary school.
Millions of American kids are too heavy and don’t get the exercise they need. Other teens are falling into the trap of performance enhancing drugs to get bigger and stronger. Because of that, the Pittsburgh Pirates and its training staff decided to do something about it.
The Peduto administration made history Thursday night when it became the first in the country to use a computerized social networking site to answer tax payers’ questions.
For 45 years, Cool Springs Golf Complex had been a staple in the South Hills, but the facility fell into disrepair before a fire destroyed a building in September. Thursday, a brand new Cool Springs opened for business.
Classic car buffs were treated to a celebration of the automobile in four places around Pittsburgh Wednesday.
Thrill-seekers were out in full force today in Downtown Pittsburgh as they had a chance to rappel down a 27-story building
It has been called the grimmest common malignancy. Even if pancreatic cancer is detected early, the prognosis is rarely good.
A career music man is now cooking up something special at the Hard Rock Café – and on Bret Michaels Day, no less.
Funding in the Blackhawk School District is still a question, but today, a principal at the third, fourth and fifth grade building is keeping her job.