For decades, Western Pennsylvania has produced elite football talent. Johnny Unitas, Joe Montana, Dan Marino — to name a few.
Now, with the introduction of bioengineering, doctors can have tissue made for their patients and veterinarians are having great success using nanotechnology in our pets.
Police are trying to track down a stolen bronze plaque that was part of a veteran’s memorial.
Icy roads led to two accidents involving tractor trailers along Interstate 79.
Many families have traditions that span back decades during the holidays. Downtown Pittsburgh has been working to add another tradition to their list.
There are dozens of social service agencies and churches that operate food pantries around southwestern Pennsylvania. One food bank on the North Side is taking donations in a new high-tech way.
We tend to remember our veterans on Memorial Day and then again on their special day in November. However, an effort called Wreaths Across America wants to make sure they aren’t forgotten at the holidays.
The Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania wants to make sure our former military members aren’t forgotten.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign has been helping people since the late 1800s. This week, the charitable organization paired up to with Walmart to take some kids shopping.
A Monroeville teen used his bar mitzvah money to help out another teen fighting a brain tumor.
The holidays are a popular time for giving.
Police have arrested a man after two people were nearly robbed, one of which was stabbed, at two Ambridge bus stops.
While much of the nation watches what is happening in Ferguson, Missouri, a local mother wants people to pay attention to what is happening closer to home.
In Moon Township, some pre-schoolers have already raised more than $1,000 for the KDKA-TV Turkey Fund and the money is still coming in.
Hundreds of volunteers have been working to provide gifts to millions of children who have never received a Christmas present.