Four-year-old Macin DeFazio is both player and announcer as he scores another goal in his Verona basement. Like any play-by-play man worth his salt, he knows his players.
There is something about Pittsburgh roots that run deep and through them flow a pride that can rival any city or region in the world.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Dr. Robert Thompson, pop culture and TV expert, about the changes we’ve seen in the decade since the release of iTunes.
A new, somewhat controversial, advertisement aims to do one thing: make you ship your pants.
An 8-year-old girl complained to her parents that her 2-year-old brother was taking stuff out of her room at night.
The latest YouTube video fad, “gallon smashing” has spread to supermarkets in Pennsylvania.
More and more of Pittsburgh Dad’s dreams are coming true as he has now met Jerome Bettis.
One little dog apparently really doesn’t like Pittsburgh Pirates star Andrew McCutchen.
South Korean rapper PSY’s “Gangnam Style” has become YouTube’s most viewed video of all time. Now the creators of JibJab are letting you create a new card, featuring you.
There are new details on a controversial music video that was produced in our area and posted to YouTube. Authorities put extra police on duty Friday night at Pittsburgh Police Zone 5 station in Highland Park.
A rap video, made locally and posted on YouTube, is getting a lot of attention. Some people say it goes too far because the lyrics talk about killing police officers. The video, which was taken down late Thursday, references Richard Poplawski, the man convicted of in the shooting deaths of three Pittsburgh police officers in Stanton Heights in 2009. Now, police are taking precautions.
Rap videos are sometimes offensive and sometimes outrageous, but one controversial video is now getting local attention and many say it goes too far.
Romney looks to come back from 47% don’t pay taxes remarks and attacks on China trade. But Romney has so many vulnerabilities on China it is hard to understand why he would pick this issue.
A comedy segment called “Pittsburgh Dad” has been a YouTube sensation ever since the first segment aired a couple of years ago. But the newest entry, featuring coach Mike Tomlin at Pittsburgh Steelers training camp, may top them all.
Inspiration can come from many places. For one die-hard Steelers fan in Colorado, her inspiration in a battle for her life came from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.