Poker legends from across the country brought their skills to Pittsburgh’s first televised poker tournament, at Rivers Casino.
Pirates star Andrew McCutchen will be able to check one more box off of his long list of accomplishments starting next year.
He’s one of the most outspoken and quirky guys to ever wear the black and gold, and now former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw will have his own show in Las Vegas.
This is the second year Pittsburgh is hosting the Steel City Police Motor Skills Competition.
For nearly two decades, Marvin Hamlisch conducted the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops and now the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will hold a tribute called “One Singular Sensation.”
Anyone who has seen the 1985 movie “Clue,” based on the popular board game of the same name, has thought that having a murder mystery party would be killer.
By Mary Davis The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is definitely an event worth the yearlong wait. Now in its 29th year, the PVGP is America’s largest vintage racing event. It’s also the only race that […]
The Clairton QB/DE compares this year’s Bears to the 2009 PIAA championship team and talks about being recruited by Pitt.
The head coach of the new WPIAL Class AAA program joins Mike White and Don Rebel to discuss his team’s victory in the Quarterfinals Friday night.