Rare Penny Is Worth Thousands Of DollarsA rare coin, minted in 1943, is made entirely of copper and could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
History Center Observes 75th Anniversary Of Attack On Pearl HarborThe Heinz History Center is marking the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a flag folding ceremony.
Woman In Iconic V-J Day Times Square Kiss Photo Dies At 92The woman in an iconic photo shown kissing an ecstatic sailor in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II has died. Greta Zimmer Friedman was 92.
World War II-Era Planes Land In Butler Co. For ‘Bomber Week’Two World War II-era planes have landed in Western Pennsylvania.
Pa. Man Who Claimed He Escaped Auschwitz Admits Story A LieA 91-year-old Pennsylvania man who has for years lectured to school groups and others about what he said were his experiences at Auschwitz now says he was never a prisoner.
Local World War II Airman Interred In Sewickley CemeteryMitchell Higginbotham was one of the famed Tuskegee Airmen. He recently passed away at the age of 94. Saturday, he was laid to rest at Sewickley Cemetery.
Small WWII-Era Plane Crashes In Hudson RiverA small World War II vintage plane taking part in celebrations of its 75th anniversary flew a partial loop while smoke spewed from it and then crashed in the Hudson River Friday.
101-Year-Old Florida Woman Gets Second Chance At PromA 101-year-old Florida woman is getting a second chance at prom.
Get Marty: Local Business Gives WWII Hero New Stair LiftA World War II hero who survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor reached out to Get Marty with a very special need.
“Tanks For The Memories”: Sherman Tank On Display At History Center Rolls Onto Next LocationA Sherman tank rolled into Pittsburgh on June 17, and took up residence at Heinz History Center during its World War II exhibit.
Heroes Of The USS Pittsburgh HonoredThe heroes of the USS Pittsburgh were honored this Veterans Day at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall.
Thousands Line Up On Labor Day To Visit Historic WWII ShipA line on the North Shore Riverwalk was three times as long as the vessel they were waiting to board on Labor Day.