Stanley Cup Has Some Flaws, But It's Perfect In Eyes Of FansEven though the NHL playoffs are still a couple of months away, the Stanley Cup is back in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Report: Investigation Uncovers Critical Mistakes In Days Before Liberty Bridge FireAn investigation into the fire that shut down the Liberty Bridge last year has uncovered some troubling findings.
Emergency Town Hall Held To Address Lead Poisoning Concerns In HomewoodAn emergency town hall meeting in Homewood addressed issues dealing with lead in the soil, paint and drinking water and what should be done about it.
Proposed Bill Would Authorize Sports Betting In PennsylvaniaA Pittsburgh area lawmaker is looking to expand Pennsylvania's gaming industry, by legalizing betting on sporting events.
North Side's Nova Place To Be Center Of InnovationThree more partners are joining in to work on a high-tech makeover project on the North Side.
National Women's Hockey League's Best Excited For All-Star WeekendThe National Women's Hockey League's biggest stars will put their skills on display during this weekend's All-Star Game.
Social Experiment: Family Gives Up Electronics For 48 HoursOn average, Americans check their phones 150 times per day, but what would happen if they went away?
Veterans Gather To Show Support & Speak Up For Immigrants In PittsburghThe issue of immigration escalated when President Donald Trump issued the executive order and the travel ban. Now, veterans are speaking up on behalf of immigrants here in Pittsburgh.
Pa. Rep. Introduces Bill To Close Loophole In Fight Against Opioid EpidemicA local Republican representative is focused on closing a major loophole to keep drugs off the streets.
Pirates' Staff Packing Up For Spring TrainingIt is still about a week and half until Spring Training workouts begin for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but don't tell the team's equipment staff.
Pittsburgh's Rising UFC Star To Feature In National TV BoutA blue-collar UFC fighter from Pittsburgh will be taking his talents to Houston this weekend.
When Buying TVs, Bigger Isn't Always BetterExperts agree this is one of the best times of the year to buy a new TV, but some consumers make a costly mistake.