“Run the ball! You should be passing the ball all day! Run the football!” The contradictory lines are shouted from a living room couch, in the “Steelers” episode of “Pittsburgh Dad.”
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to PBS’ Matt Graham about how they come up with the viral Mr Rogers video, “Garden of Your Mind.”
Investigators say they have arrested an Ohio man in connection with a threatening message that was posted to YouTube earlier this year against the University of Pittsburgh.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the official trailer for Batman: The Dark Knight Rises which filmed in Pittsburgh last summer.
New privacy settings for all Google related services went into effect today. From Youtube to Gmail to Andriod phones – should users be worried about the changes?
There are new details in a crime captured on YouTube – a man smashing windows of a local family’s car. The video shows a man breaking the back and front windows on a car parked on the South Side.
A family from West Mifflin was shocked when their car was vandalized on the South Side, but even more shocked to find the vandalism caught on tape and even posted on YouTube.
So far, millions of people have watched Mac Miller’s video on YouTube for his new single, “Frick Park Market.” Business there has been booming.
A Marine from Grove City is gaining national attention — and quite possibly, a date with a celebrity, following an online appeal for the star to accompany him to the Marine Corps Ball.
When it comes to fireworks, people in Pittsburgh may think they’ve seen it all. But probably nothing like this… a tiny camera is giving us a look at what it’s like to be the firework.
A local mom charged with cheering on her daughter in a fight that ended up on YouTube went before a judge this afternoon.
The 16-year-old and 13-year-old, both students in the Southmoreland School District, were both found to be delinquent on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Two teenagers were arrested on Monday for a brutal beating that was recorded and posted on YouTube.
In your car, in the park, waiting for a bus or just walking down the street, you never know who might be looking at you.
Scottdale Police have filed charges in juvenile court against two teen girls who are accused of getting into a fight on a local playground.