Some senior citizens worked up a sweat with the Steelers today. It was all part of the United Way’s campaign to encourage acts of generosity.
A local doctor battling a disease that impairs his speech and movement says he was denied a taxi ride because the driver thought he was drunk.
May the fourth be with you! Pay homage to Star Wars this May 4th in a variety of ways. This group of Pittsburgh businesses will help you celebrate whether you are into collectable movie memorabilia, baking Star Wars themed treats for a Star Wars viewing party or in the mood to sit back and relax a movie about our galaxy and galaxies far, far away.
The Pittsburgh Bomb Squad was called to Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood this morning over reports of a suspicious package.
Pittsburgh Police say the explosion and fire that resulted in one death and two injuries at a Shadyside high rise was the result of a man who disconnected a gas flex line behind his kitchen stove, leaving the gas valve open.
At least one person has died in a seven-alarm apartment building fire in Shadyside Thursday morning.
A bridge that connects Shadyside to East Liberty will close Monday morning as crews begin the process to replace it.
Pittsburgh police say they have arrested a woman wanted in last week’s bank robbery in Shadyside.
How many pizzas have been decked with pepperoni? How many customers lined up for that buffet? Minutello’s restaurant has served up comfort food and memories for 52 years.
Police are search for the woman who held up a bank in Shadyside’s business district Thursday afternoon.
Pittsburgh police are trying to track down the man accused of stealing money from the Yoga Flow studio in Shadyside.
A former Pittsburgh resident is now headed to prison after pleading guilty in connection with the alleged rape of a Shadyside woman 25 years ago.
More than 70 local stores in Shadyside teamed up today to offer deals for “Small Business Saturday
With all the focus on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s easy to forget Small Business Saturday, a day important to mom-and-pop shopkeepers all over the country.
A company that operates care homes in Pittsburgh is under scrutiny. Three residents have been charged with crimes in Shadyside and North Oakland. The suspects lived in two separate homes operated by Residential Care Services.