He passed away just over a month ago, but a very brave Hampton Township boy is living on through memories and stories.
Taking the bus is getting more convenient for people in Allegheny County as the Port Authority continues to roll out its real-time bus tracker.
As the school year comes to a close, yearbooks are being distributed. This year, some of the books are not what you’re used to because they aren’t just filled with photos.
A report that rates the faculty at Pittsburgh’s Public Schools suggests that the district needs to make some changes.
It’s something called “oil pulling” and it’s becoming more and more popular. However, are there really health benefits to it?
The Gulf Tower in Downtown Pittsburgh is home to a number of businesses and the KDKA-TV Weather Beacon, but that’s not all.
There’s a new officer on the Pittsburgh Police force. He’s a K-9 and he’s ready to begin training.
Bicycles packed Market Square Friday morning as dozens of people took part in Bike to Work Day.
A new, one-of-a-kind, show is set to open at the National Aviary. It gives new meaning to the words, “close encounter.”
More than 400,000 people are expected to pack downtown for the 55th annual Arts Festival.
Her list of accomplishments is long, but a gold medal Olympic sailor isn’t slowing down.
Dozens of local elementary school students braved the storms this morning and walked to school.
The excitement, the smiles — the reactions were absolutely priceless.
At 75 years young, John Fredrickson has run more than his fair share of full marathons.
Landscaping crews braved the rain today in Downtown Pittsburgh. They were planting flowers and shrubs in Mellon Square.