Five Things: Bears vs. Lions Thanksgiving RoundupThe Detroit Lions have won two Thanksgiving games in a row, both in blowout fashion no less. After nine straight losses on Turkey Day, it is a welcome change for Lions fans.
Younger Crowd Takes To Malls For Black Friday ShoppingThere were few lines, no pushing or shoving... can this be Black Friday?
Thanksgiving's Early Roots Trace Back To PittsburghIt's Thanksgiving and our thoughts turn to pilgrims, turkeys and Pittsburgh. Why Pittsburgh?
Thousands Take Part In 24th Annual Turkey Trot Downtown Thousands of runners took to Pittsburgh's North Shore this morning for the 24th running of the PNC YMCA Turkey Trot.
Mount Pleasant National Guard Serves, Delivers Thanksgiving Meals To CommunityVolunteers in Westmoreland County donated their time and money to help people in need this holiday season.
Oakland Boys Turkey Bowl Celebrates 50 YearsOn Thanksgiving Day 50 years ago, a group of Italian kids from Oakland played a football game at the Schenley Park Oval.
35 Years Later, Jubilee Kitchen Continues To Serve CommunityHundreds of people in the Pittsburgh area got free Thanksgiving meals today from charitable organizations.
Pittsburgh Police Deliver Thanksgiving Meals To ResidentsPittsburgh Police officers and countless volunteers went door-to-door greeting the less-fortunate with a warm meal this Thanksgiving.
Wounded Police Officer Giving Back To Homeless Vets This ThanksgivingThe Shepherd's Heart Veterans Home in Uptown Pittsburgh is basking in the aroma of turkey in the oven.
Some, But Not All Stores, To Open On ThanksgivingWith many local shopping malls opening up at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving night, some shoppers have strong reactions.
Keidel: Giving Thanks For SportsSince we are upon our great day of gratitude, a pretext for gorging on poultry and then taking our swollen torsos to the nearest television for some football, let's look to sports for reasons to give thanks.
Expert Offers Advice For How To Deal With Relatives That Drive You NutsThis is the part of the year when people spend a lot of time with their families. Most people enjoy the quality time they get catching up with loved ones, but there are always those one or two people that drive you nuts. How do you deal with them without ruining your holidays? Tony Drane, the Chief Operating Officer of Family Links, an organization that helps with a wide variety of therapy and counseling, joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to give a few tips on how you can deal with the anxiety and stress that can come with seeing that particular relative.