Crews Remove Controversial Stephen Foster Statue From Schenley ParkCrews removed the statue of Stephen Foster in Schenley Park Thursday morning.
Art Commission Wants Stephen Foster Statue Removed From Schenley ParkThe Pittsburgh Art Commission has voted to recommend removing a 117-year-old statue of Stephen Foster.
Officials: Hate Literature Being Distributed On Pitt, CMU CampusesOfficials say white supremacist stickers and fliers are being circulated in Squirrel Hill and on the campuses of Pitt and CMU in Oakland.
White Supremacist, Neo-Nazi Propaganda With Swastika Images Found In Jewish Section Of PittsburghAmid fears that Neo-Nazism is on the rise nationally, there's apparently a white supremacist flier campaign going on in the city's East End.
Schenley Park Skating Rink Opening For The SeasonThe Schenley Park Skating Rink is opening for the season on Saturday, Nov. 19.
Schenley Park’s George Westinghouse Memorial Gets MakeoverThe George Westinghouse Memorial in Schenley Park received a makeover and his family members came from far and wide to see the dedication.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Events UnderwayThe 2016 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix runs from Sunday, July 3 to Sunday July 17.
Families Giving Back By Participating In 'Walk For Children's'Families are showing their appreciation with "Walk For Children's" to benefit Children's Hospital.
City Of Pittsburgh Working To Eliminate Pesticide UsePittsburgh is joining only a handful of cities nationwide to stop using chemical pesticides -- except in very rare instances -- starting in the city parks.
Thousands Participate In Pittsburgh Race For The CureThis year, 20,000 people took part in the Pittsburgh Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
Eating Disorder Survivor Speaks OutA local woman battling an eating disorder is speaking out in hopes of inspiring others.
City Council Approves Measure To Allow Park Rangers To Hand Out CitationsPittsburgh City Council has approved a measure to allow park rangers to hand out citations.