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A developer transforming a South Side site along the Mon River says he would consider offering up his land for riverfront swings.
Perhaps you remember a magical time when you could fly almost anywhere from Pittsburgh nonstop on US Airways.
It’s easy to imagine how riverfront swings could make downtown Pittsburgh and The Point even more of a destination.
Whether you work in an office, factory, hospital, store, whatever — how much thought do you suppose your employer has given to your safety in the event of a crisis?
When you hear about a serious crime in Allegheny County, chances are good it’s happened in or east of the city of Pittsburgh.
AlphaLab Gear in East Liberty is helping inventors and innovators and develop their product ideas into viable companies.
Something unique, called a “Mobile Parklet,” has popped up in Downtown Pittsburgh thanks to a group called Envision Pittsburgh.
Families are showing their appreciation with “Walk For Children’s” to benefit Children’s Hospital.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival begins Friday, and instead of planning to buy a beverage when you’re downtown, why not plan to enjoy a nice, ice-cold beverage for free?
You’ve watched Stephen Colbert. You’ve seen Fallon, and Kimmel, and Corden and Conan. But have you watched Irwin?
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik is taking the United States government to court on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh has stolen away a Boston treasure, and she is hoping to revitalize the Steel city’s waterfront.
KDKA-TV asked some Super Bowl champion Steelers to share their perspective on what it’s like to be part of the spectacle.
A special event next week will bring out a lot of Steelers past and present – and you are invited, too. It’s a rather curious, but always-packed annual gathering.
The brains behind CBS’s new medical drama went to medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. In fact, the show might not exist at all if not for Pitt.
There’s a new way to pay for parking at meters in the city of Pittsburgh, and a new way to avoid getting a ticket.
Pittsburgh Native Joe Manganiello Returns For Children’s Hospital Anniversary, Talks Steelers, Pirates, Upcoming Wedding
Hollywood movie star and Pittsburgh native Joe Manganiello returned to town this week for Children’s Hospital 125th anniversary.
A crowd of happy people, all dressed in white, converged on Gateway Center for a chic, pop-up BYO-picnic Friday night.
It’s been about three and a half months since David Letterman retired from “The Late Show.” But Tuesday night, on KDKA, it’s the beginning of a new chapter with a new host.
What does it take to change your life? To really change it. To get you to quit dreaming about doing what you really want to do – and start doing it?
We only get so much time to live our lives. Some, more than others. But we all know there’s an ending out there, someday. And being reminded of that reality – being confronted with it – can do amazing things.
There’s something very delicious and very refreshing and very “Pittsburghy” happening in the Strip District.
The time capsule which has been at the center of a custody battle in Pittsburgh has now been opened.
A baseball field in Upper St. Clair could remain closed for the summer due to a mine subsidence.
Pizza Hut created a new cardboard pizza box that turns into a projector for your smartphone.
As Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC celebrates its 125th anniversary this week, it’s fitting to remember that the idea for a Pittsburgh hospital exclusively for kids came from … a kid.
You may have heard about the intern who wrote two of the “Top 10” jokes on the final “Late Show with David Letterman.”
If you’ve been in or around Downtown, Oakland or any one of 11 Pittsburgh neighborhoods in the past couple of weeks, maybe you’ve noticed something new popping up: Occasional series of short, shiny, metal posts – all in a row – along roads or sidewalks.
A controversial proposal that would have given restaurants a letter grade on their safety and sanitation was rejected in a vote by Allegheny County Council Tuesday evening.
As David Letterman’s retirement from late night TV nears, Ken Rice can’t help but remember what Letterman told him 19 years ago.
The fire, back in January, broke out in the middle of the night right in the heart of Homestead.
It was an unforgettable day for a Pittsburgh veteran.
There was lots of excitement in Wilkinsburg Friday night over the rebirth of a neighborhood institution.
There’s a big push to save the bald eagles in the United States.
Pittsburgh has once again shown the size of its heart.
If Lethia Everette were your relative, you might find her predicament hard to believe, let alone accept. She needs a double lung transplant. Right now.
Has any city anywhere reinvented itself as relentlessly as Pittsburgh has?
The annual Army-Navy Game is a game and a legacy infused with patriotism, pride, honor and respect. Nowhere do those ideals resonate more, than here in Pittsburgh.
Mayor Bill Peduto likes to talk about creating a “superhighway. “Not another parkway. Not a new busway. A superhighway … for bicycles.
There’s been an outpouring of support for the families of the two troopers who were shot by wanted man Eric Frein.