It may be the most famous anti-littering spot ever. It was produced for television in the early ’70s, and ends with a Native American shedding a tear.
The last time Kenny Chesney came to Pittsburgh, the biggest story had nothing to do with music.
People who live in one Westmoreland County town say they are tired of trash, flies and other vermin.
It appears that new guidelines put into place ahead of Saturday’s country music concert on the North Shore had a mostly positive effect.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Fans flocked to the North Shore Saturday evening to see several of country music’s biggest stars take the stage. Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert drew tens of thousands of […]
This weekend marks another big country music event on the North Side – and some changes to what you can and can’t do leading up to the event.
There’s another big country music concert coming to Pittsburgh this weekend, but Mayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
Tens of thousands of people came to Point State Park waiting until dark for the skies to light up in one of the greatest fireworks shows ever over the skies of downtown Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are mulling several policies – including limiting tailgating hours in stadium parking lots – to avoid messes like the one left behind by 50,000 Luke Bryan fans last month.
The KDKA Afternoon News is taking a look at Luke Bryan this weekend from a variety of viewpoints.
Was the Luke Bryan concert really trashed, or did the media trash Luke Bryan? Some concert-goers tell their side of the story with Mike Pintek…
Enough is enough. That’s the message from Mayor Bill Peduto after this weekend’s mess left behind after the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field.
Luke Bryan entertained over 50,000 people at Heinz Field Saturday night. However, the aftermath of the event led Mayor Bill Peduto to weigh in with some strong words.
While Luke Bryan entertained tens of thousands of fans at Heinz Field, police and first responders were busy with a lot of injuries and some arrests.
More than 300 volunteers got their hands dirty this weekend, cleaning up the banks of the Ohio River.