Three for three! The third eagle egg hatched in the nest in Hays Wednesday afternoon, as the world watched.
More than a thousand science students gathered on the North Shore on Friday to present exhibits they hope will change the world. But the center of attention was a high school freshman for a project he presented three years ago.
Much like fingerprints, our faces are unique – no two exactly alike.
Shoppers at Ross Park Mall search for the newest fashions, while unwittingly walking on a sea bed that dates back 150 million years.
NASA is looking for a few good volunteers.
Just in time for the biggest series in the history of PNC Park comes this old-fashioned idea.
When central Pennsylvania farmer Ben Klunk tells people about the mutant corn he found, they’re all ears.
An asteroid so big it has its own moon will fly by the earth today, but you likely won’t be able to see it.
Sky watchers might have the chance to view quite a show tonight, courtesy of a solar flare that happened days ago.
In the vast openness of the universe, there are too many questions to answer.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tweeted a photo Pittsburgh from space Saturday morning, sharing a spectacular view of the city.
Rarely is there a story that captivates the world’s attention as this one has. An asteroid, the size of an apartment building, whizzed past earth. Millions monitored the momentous occasion via the Internet on Friday afternoon.
A meteor streaked through the sky and exploded Friday over Russia’s Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb, its sonic blasts shattering countless windows and injuring more than 750 people.
A South Hills woman is known within the medical community for something she can do, without ever saying a word.
Three parts water, one part glue. Add a little Borax and you have… slime! It’s one of many New Year’s Day recipes for Carnegie Science Center’s seventh annual “Mess Fest.”