He grew up here, went to high school and then college here, but Billy Porter said he was never ready for what happened in his hometown today.
Pirates’ manager Clint Hurdle is known to have some choice words for players and umpires from time to time, but it’s his words of wisdom off the field that are really hitting home.
The new tiger cub at the Pittsburgh Zoo officially has a name.
Water treatment plants all across the country are trying to get the message out to be very careful about what you flush down the toilet.
Sometimes people have to step in to help the animals at the Pittsburgh Zoo when Mother Nature doesn’t fully cooperate.
It has been a long time coming. Pirates fans have been waiting for decades for the shot to buy playoff tickets.
Eighty-five times the Pirates have said “Raise the Jolly Roger” after wins this year.
The kids are back in school, settling into their routine.
Ceremonies in Washington DC, New York City and Shanksville commemorate the events of 9-11, but the Coast Guard wanted to give the people of Pittsburgh an opportunity to reflect some twelve-years later.
A local couple will ride their tandem bike from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. It’s 335 miles and they want to do it in a day.
A Penn Hills neighborhood was lit up by the flashing lights in the middle of the night when crews were called on to rescue a man who had fallen over a steep cliff.
Getting tickets to Pirates’ home games down the stretch is not going to be easy, and it won’t get any easier if the team makes the National League playoffs.
Just in time for the biggest series in the history of PNC Park comes this old-fashioned idea.
Patients at UPMC Mercy Hospital’s Rehabilitation Institute have a new place to work on their recovery.
School districts across the region are also reaching out to teach kids messages about bullying. Two local performers are helping to deliver the message in a creative way.