Storm-Chaser Pops Question To Boyfriend As Massive Tornado LoomsStorm chaser Joey Krastel managed to combine the two loves of his life, storms and and his boyfriend, when he proposed marriage on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Proposal: Couple Gets Engaged At The Finish Line Of The Pittsburgh MarathonOne Pittsburgh Marathon runner is going home with more jewelry than her medal.
Former Plum High School, WVU And NFL Punter Pat McAfee Gets EngagedFormer WVU punter Pat McAfee is getting closer to tying the knot, and he asked his bride-to-be in an elaborate way.
Taking Their Relationship To New Heights: Military Couple Gets Engaged At Airport Baggage ClaimA couple from New Brighton took their relationship to new heights recently at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Spaghetti And A Proposal: Man Pops The Question At Annual Spaghetti BreakfastThe 34th annual KDKA Radio Spaghetti Breakfast was held this morning at the Heinz Hall Garden downtown, and there was a special moment this year.
Public Comment Requested For Port Authority's ConnectCard ProposalThe Port Authority is holding a public hearing regarding its proposal to charge a one-time $5 fee for its ConnectCard.
Girlfriend Surprised With Flash Mob Proposal Before Taylor Swift ConcertSaturday night Heinz Field will become the center of excitement for Taylor Swift fans.
Local Couple's Engagement Won't Soon Be ForgottenDuring a showing of “It's A Wonderful Life” at Regent Square Theater this past weekend, just as George breaks down and kisses Mary for the first time, the screen froze.
City Council Considering Proposal To Raise Real Estate MillageA proposal on the table for Pittsburgh City Council would raise city real estate millage by a half mill, which would cost the owner of a $100,000 home an extra $42 a year.
Teachers In Impoverished Duquesne School District Ratify ContractThirty-five teachers in a financially-troubled school district have ratified a new contract after working without one for two years.
Proposed Housing Development Causing Controversy In Ross Twp.A group of residents in Ross Township is saying no to a proposed housing development that would add dozens of new homes.