Neighborhood Overrun By Groundhogs As Pitt Tears Out Grass, Puts In Turf For New Athletic FieldThe construction of a new soccer and lacrosse field on Pitt's campus is displacing groundhogs, sending them into the neighborhood.
Groundhogs Overrun Neighborhood, Halt Pitt ProjectResidents say hundreds of groundhogs displaced by a project being done by the University of Pittsburgh are overrunning the Schenley Heights neighborhood.
Study: Broccoli Could Prevent Head And Neck CancersA compound in broccoli could help prevent certain head and neck cancers according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.
On The Hunt: Local Millennials Join Craze, Chase Pokémon With Addictive New AppThey're on a quest. Scores of young people are out searching the landscape for hidden characters.
Pitt Announces Alcohol To Be Sold Stadium Wide For Games, Other Fan InitiativesThe University of Pittsburgh announced several new initiatives aimed at enhancing the fan experience at Heinz Field for Panthers games.
Pitt QB Nate Peterman Takes Trick Shot Show Around TownPitt quarterback Nate Peterman has quite the accurate arm.
Pitt’s James Conner Ready To Get Back To His Teammates After Beating CancerAll-America running back James Conner was an unstoppable force for the Pitt Panthers, until he faced the battle of his life.
Pitt RB James Conner Announces He's Cancer FreePitt running back James Conner released some great news Monday, announcing that he is cancer free.
Thousands Watch Pittsburgh Falcon Feed Young To Fellow ChickA peregrine falcon nesting at the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning fed three hatchlings to her first chick.
Pitt Students’ Late-Night Talk Show Growing In PopularityYou’ve watched Stephen Colbert. You’ve seen Fallon, and Kimmel, and Corden and Conan. But have you watched Irwin?
Bengals Get Pitt WR Tyler Boyd In 2nd Round Of DraftThe Bengals filled their biggest hole by taking Pitt receiver Tyler Boyd in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night.
KDKA-TV's Harold Hayes Retires After 40 Years In BroadcastingAfter 40 years in broadcasting, veteran KDKA-TV reporter Harold Hayes is retiring.