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.
There’s an old saying that goes “You are what you eat,” but a new study out of Europe that looks at NFL football says that depending on whether your team wins or loses, it may determine what you eat.
It’s been said that Pittsburgh is in the midst of its third renaissance. Public sector and private business have come together for the ground-breaking of another downtown complex.
It was a mixture of nervous anticipation and excitement on the campus of Duquesne University today as the move-in process hit full swing.
How do you define noise? It could be a train or maybe even a motorcycle. All of them could be considered noise under a new ordinance in one Allegheny County town.
A proclamation at Pittsburgh City Council Tuesday morning honored a national championship effort by Central Catholic High School Crew.
A thief with a very specific shopping list took nearly $10,000 worth of merchandise Sunday from two H.H. Gregg stores.
The new issue of “Rolling Stone” featuring the Boston bombing suspect on the cover won’t be easy to find.
For more than 40 years, a 150-room hotel along Freeport Road in Harmar Township served guests traveling the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Today, a group of students from halfway around the world spent part of their day at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
The death of a talented athlete in Tarentum has shaken the community. The 17-year-old two-sport player was getting set to start his senior year at Highlands High School.
Being an All-Pro linebacker in a football crazy town like Pittsburgh has some benefits. Today, LaMarr Woodley visited with hundreds of school kids to share his story about why education is so important.
How do you leave a legacy for the future? Some donate money, while others try to teach future generations. David McCullough spent his life pouring over history and teaching what he learned.
It took them months to plan three days of festivities for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. After those events pulled hundreds of thousands of people Downtown, now they have to clean up after the fun is done.