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Michael Keaton to Receive Big Hollywood Honor
The recognition comes less than month before the release of Keaton's newest film, which is generating some early Oscar buzz.
Ready for Takeoff: Pittsburgh Airport Hosts First 5K
The course directs runners over taxiways usually reserved for incoming and departing planes.
Remembering “Chilly Billy” Cardille
The longtime Pittsburgh television personality had been suffering from liver cancer.
Ladies Night: W Bowl Championship Football Game Comes to Pittsburgh
Co-owned by Franco Harris, the W Bowl brings together players from across the Women’s Football Alliance in a fierce competition.
Pittsburgh Health & Fitness Start-Up Expands Nationwide
For more than a year, Fitt has helped Pittsburghers discover new, local ways to exercise and eat healthy. Now, the ‘Burgh-based start-up is expanding its reach to a dozen new cities.
Young Pirate Fan Star of the Show in Pirates' Marathon Win
Starling Marte's homer in the 18th inning beat the Washington Nationals Sunday but we wonder if the game's real MVP was actually in the stands.
Shaped Like a Linebacker, Beechview Dancer Auditions for Reality Show
Erik Cavanaugh's viral dance videos helped to propel him to a tryout on NBC's ”America's Got Talent.”
Biker Friendly: Runnels on the Way for Pittsburgh City Steps
The rails will allow cyclists to push their bikes up or down the ‘Burgh’s network of stairs.
Samantha Bee's ‘Full Frontal’ Drops in on Local Hot Dog Shop
The satirical late-night news show filmed at a Beaver County hot dog shop last week.
Sold! ‘Silence of the Lambs’ House Gets a Buyer
Nearly a year after it was listed on the market, the infamous Fayette County Victorian has a new, anonymous, owner.
Root 174 in Regent Square Closes
The Pittsburgh favorite closes its doors as of today and will be reimagined as a new concept.
Five Things Not to Miss at Picklesburgh This Weekend
The two-day festival celebrating pickles returns for the second-year in a row.
Pittsburgh Teens Paint Murals to Condemn Gun Violence
The Moving Lives of Kids Mural Project is leaving visible reminders throughout the city on the need to end gun violence.
Based on Hard Data: Best Neighborhoods to Live in Pittsburgh
A website founded by Carnegie Mellon University students is out with its 2016 rankings of Pittsburgh neighborhoods using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the FBI, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other sources.
Pittsburgh Mayor Calls for Peace Summit
Mayor Bill Peduto is planning a gathering this week to seek ways to address fear and violence.
The Largest Park in Pittsburgh Begins Planting Its Seeds
The gift of 660 acres of parkland to the City by Pittsburgh Development Group II has been finalized.
What You Need to Know About Pittsburgh's 200th Birthday Party
The day begins with a parade and ends with a concert and fireworks.
Pittsburgh's Tunnels to Become Cell-Phone Friendly Again
Local wireless carriers are working on plans to eliminate dropped calls inside Pittsburgh's three major tunnels.
Muscle Cars and Motor Legends Rumble Through the ‘Burgh for Annual Grand Prix
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix runs through until July 17.
Gone Viral: Baton Twirler is ‘Show-Stopper’ in 4th of July Parade
Video of David Peters' performance in the Monroeville 4th of July parade has been viewed nearly a half a million times on social media.
Clairton Resident Wins Big on ‘The Price Is Right’
A retired steelworker brings hometown pride to the longest running game show in history.
The New King of the Westinghouse Castle
John Graff, president and CEO of the Priory Hospitality Group, plans to turn the century-old structure into hotel and event space.
Break It Down: The Great Pierogy Race
The Great Pierogy Race, which takes place in the middle of the fifth inning of Pittsburgh Pirates home games, combines two of Pittsburgh’s favorite things — pierogies and sports.
Watch: Kenny Chesney Rocks With Billy Joel at PNC Park
Chesney took the stage with the “Piano Man” one night before his own concert at Heinz Field.