Superstitions, Some Wacky, Give Penguins Players, Fans Source Of Stability & ConsistencySuperstitions are nothing new in sports.
Video Game Featuring Torture Of Prisoners Being Developed In PittsburghA group of Pittsburgh-based graduate students skilled in developing video games has designed a 3-D game that allows players acting as American soldiers to torture captured Iraqis.
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.
Local Man Hopes To Start Massive Medical Marijuana Grow OperationA Hempfield Township man has high hopes for a 25,000 square foot facility.
Woman Accused Of Severely Beating 92-Year-Old MotherA woman is accused of severely beating her 92-year-old mother and holding her against her will.
Local Restaurant So Confident Penguins Will Win, They’ll Bet Your Meal On ItHow confident is one Monroeville restaurant the Pittsburgh Penguins will win game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals? They’re willing to bet your meal on it.
Angie's List: Hiring Out For Yard WorkFor some people, yard work is a labor of love. But these days, it’s just as common to see a professional crew instead of your neighbor out mowing and clipping.
Lower Burrell Teen Found Dead In Car Hours Before Her High School GraduationA 17-year-old girl was found dead in a car outside her home in Lower Burrel.
Ben Roethlisberger, Wife Welcome Third ChildBen Roethlisberger missed a training day this week for a good reason!
New Law Makes Interlock Mandatory For 1st Time DUI OffendersGovernor Tom Wolf is cracking down on drunk drivers. Wednesday, the governor signed Senate Bill 290 into law.
Settlement Reached In Target's Lawsuit Against 'Hero' Who Saved Teen In StabbingA settlement has been reached between Target and a local man who was hailed as a hero after a stabbing rampage at the East Liberty store.
Man Stabbed In Stomach On Street In KnoxvilleA man is recovering after being stabbed on the street in Knoxville.