Something new has arrived in Pittsburgh, just in time to warm people up.
Poker legends from across the country brought their skills to Pittsburgh’s first televised poker tournament, at Rivers Casino.
A finance manager at a local car dealership is accused of embezzling more than $36,000 to feed a gambling habit.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many local organizations are doing their part to educate people about the disease. That includes the Rivers Casino.
We exposed them for what they are — unlicensed and unregulated gambling parlors — mini casinos.
Saturday morning, Andrew Fillipponi had the chance to talk to two special guests who will be part of the Grand Opening Party of the all-new Penthouse Club Saturday night, Sept. 14.
Surrounded by family, 44-year-old Joseph Kocott and his 25-year-old son, Joe, surrendered to a magistrate in Penn Hills Wednesday morning.
The Rivers Casino has responded to charges it’s engaged in racist practices with African Americans, delivering a four-page letter to Allegheny County Councilwoman Amanda Green Hawkins.
Frick Park is known for its beautiful sights and sounds. There are 561 acres of nature right outside the hustle and bustle of Downtown. Today, a group of volunteers helped to cleanup the park.
More complaints of racism against the Rivers Casino, and now a County Councilwoman wants an explanation.
State police have charged a man with stealing thousands of dollars from the Rivers Casino while he was auditing one of the facility’s ATM machines
A man is facing charges after leaving a 2-year-old in a car outside of the Rivers Casino on Monday.
The Drum Bar inside the Rivers Casino was shut down abruptly on Friday night, July 21, and Kenneth Wright, who has used this bar before, thinks he knows why.
When slots came to Pennsylvania, people who were against it said it would be about five years until we would really see the negative effects.