There’s a place at the table in Pittsburgh for soccer. Just how big of a place? That is the decisive question.
A man is recovering after he was stabbed during a fight outside a club in Station Square.
A man is recovering in the hospital after being stabbed in Station Square.
The Pittsburgh region abounds with a vast array of locations for arranging a family photographic memory.
Veterans make their way up the ramp at the Gateway Clipper dock in Station Square.
Emergency crews are responding to two people who may be trapped on a hillside near Mount Washington.
Jump aboard the railroad express for an excursion down memory lane. There are museums to attract attention for memorabilia pursuits along with views of past railroad cars and depots.
Pittsburgh has the Marathon, the Half Marathon and the Great Race 10K, not to mention the Turkey Trot.
Local representatives of Mayors Against Illegal Guns tried to deliver petitions to U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s Pittsburgh office Friday morning, but it turned out to be more difficult than expected.
A second witness to an alleged case of police brutality is speaking to investigators about the incident, which happened during Saint Patrick’s Day weekend at Station Square.
Two alleged cases of police brutality are now under review by the Pittsburgh Office of Municipal Investigation. And, at least one of them has also caught the attention of the FBI.
Eddie Lojak, his face scarred by a weekend incident with police officers, turned himself in at Pittsburgh Police headquarters on Wednesday.
A video shows Eddie Lojak this past Saturday — his nose is broken, he has a concussion, a broken rib, chipped teeth, stitches across his face and a chunk of skin ripped from his tongue.
Police are investigating after finding a body in the Monongahela River.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ new stadium was full of beautiful green turf just one week ago, getting ready for soccer action. Now though, the stadium is actually being prepped for the opening of the Penguins Pond, a professional hockey-sized ice rink.