Commuters Relieved As Mon Incline Reopens After 13-Week ClosureA spring rainstorm knocked out power to the Mon Incline, closing it down after only 50 minutes of its reopening.
Monongahela Incline Closed Briefly Friday MorningThe Monongahela Incline closed briefly Friday morning due to power issues.
Another Pittsburgh Marathon Is In The BooksWhile many were still in bed Sunday morning, thousands were up early to push themselves to the brink.
2019 Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon Bringing Opportunity And Economic Impact To CityThe 2019 Pittsburgh Marathon is expected to bring an estimated $13 million economic impact to the city this weekend.
FutureFest, ReuseFest Aim To Teach Pittsburghers How To Leave A Smaller FootprintAlmost 50 years after the first Earth Day celebration, leaders in Pittsburgh put their heads together in observation of FutureFest.
'This Is The Look': Pitt Panthers Unveil New Royal Blue And Yellow LookThe University of Pitsburgh athletic programs will feature royal blue and yellow -- and no longer navy and gold.
Chartiers Valley Teacher Makes Dismissal Time Extra Special For Her StudentsOne Chartiers Valley school teacher is making dismissal time a little more fun and unique.
Project Prom Gives Young Women Opportunity To Experience A Magical Night For LessToday's teens spend significantly more money on prom than their parents ever did.
Student Debt: How To Get A Higher Education, Learn Marketable Job Skills Without Going Into DebtIt is no secret college gets more expensive by the year, and students graduate with a ton of student loan debt.
Investigators Checking Security Cameras, Say Brackenridge Memorial Vandal 'Will Probably Be Found Out'It could cost more than $1,000 to clean a monument dedicated to veterans in Brackenridge.
Football Hall-Of-Famer Dan Marino Surprises North Hills' Hoops Star On Florida College CourtA college basketball player got quite the surprise Wednesday when Pittsburgh native and football great Dan Marino requested to meet him.