For more than three decades, the City of Pittsburgh has hosted the Great Race. Its popularity has even expanded into a week-long event.
There was heightened security at three Pittsburgh Public Schools Thursday morning, after threats prompted evacuations earlier this week.
Alcosan has been spending a lot of money to upgrade its 59-acre facility that is responsible for treating the wastewater of 83 communities in Allegheny County, including Pittsburgh.
It was a rough landing for one pilot at the Zelienople Municipal Airport Sunday afternoon.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has opened another “Field and Stream” store, this time in Washington.
Today’s Sept. 11 remembrances weren’t all about big ceremonies in Washington, D.C., New York or rural Pennsylvania.
A 14-year-old robbery suspect escaped from police custody Wednesday morning, but was recaptured about an hour later.
With thousands of school districts pinched for funding, one of the areas that is often chopped is driver’s education.
This year, a little boy named Brian, who had the left side of his brain removed before his first birthday, got to ride through town in the Labor Day Parade.
Some of the most crowded places to drive in Pittsburgh are getting makeovers as dedicated bike lanes are being installed all around town.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will start heading back to town as the start of training camp draws near.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at a Butler County restaurant Sunday afternoon.
Students at Point Park University started to move into their dorms this morning. Instead of lugging carpets, mini-refrigerators and suitcases into the building themselves, they got some help.
The best in the world of gymnastics have gathered in Pittsburgh for this weekend’s P&G Championships.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has reportedly raised millions of dollars in the past few weeks for research of Lou Gehrig’s Disease.