Does a Ghost Live in the Cathedral of Learning?
E. Maxine Bruhns, director of the Cathedral’s Nationality Rooms, believes her grandmother has been living there for years.
If You Build It, They Will Drink: Pittsburgh’s Beer Museum
Backers of Brew: The Museum of Beer estimates it will cost $25-$30 million to make the dream a reality.
Canines for a Cause: The 8th Annual Pooch Parade
The dog days of summer may be over, but charity is always in season.
12 Days After His Death, Arnold Palmer's Letter Reaches Young Golfer
Nick Carlson was shocked to receive a letter from Palmer, congratulating him on making the U.S. Amateur semifinals.
Caliguiri Fund Sparks Research into Disease that Took Former Mayor's Life
The proposed $2 million amyloidosis research funding plan is dedicated to late Mayor Richard S. Caliguiri.
Past Steelers Reunite For Debut of Chuck Noll Biography
The event, planned for the Sen. John Heinz History Center, features a cast of Steelers greats who will discuss Noll’s enduring legacy.
New in the 'Burgh: Taking the Slingshot Roadster for a Spin
Pennsylvania is one of about 20 states where you don’t need a special license to drive one.
5 Things I Learned About AI at President Obama’s Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh
From natural disasters to autonomous cars, the applications for Artificial Intelligence are boundless.
National Aviary's Baby Sloth & 5-Year-Old Girl Make for Cute TV
The young cancer survivor's visit with Valentino, the National Aviary's two-toed baby sloth, is so much fun to watch.
Watch Rare Footage: FDR's Last Visit to Pittsburgh
During this week 76 years ago, President Franklin Roosevelt received a warm reception during a brief campaign stop in Pittsburgh.
Funny Grim Reaper Urges Pittsburgh Pedestrians to Look Up
A new safety campaign by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, the Port Authority, and Allegheny County uses the catchphrase “Look Alive” to get pedestrians to watch where they are walking.
Pens: Crosby Diagnosed with Concussion
The Pittsburgh Penguins captain has not skated in a game since the finale of the Canada Cup tournament on Sept. 29.
Plans Underway to Convert Old Pa. Turnpike into Bike Trail
Proponents say Pike2Bike has the potential to be one of the “most unique recreation trails in the Northeast.”
Beloved Edie Retiring as Fairmont's Canine Ambassador
Edie has been a fixture at the Downtown hotel since 2011
Renewal of Westinghouse Memorial Would Make Inventor Proud
The memorial to the iconic Pittsburgh inventor, located in Schenley Park, has just undergone a $2.7 million restoration.
Watch: Pittsburgh Penguins & Stanley Cup Visit White House
The event began with chants of “Let’s Go Pens” and included some good-natured ribbing by the commander-in-chief.
Home Sweet Home: Pittsburgh No. 1 In Affordable Housing
The median home in Pittsburgh is six times cheaper than the same sized property in San Francisco.
Consol Energy Center is Getting a New Name
The name change comes six years into Consol Energy's 21-year naming rights deal for the center.
Which Pittsburgh-Area School Districts Pay Teachers The Most?
Among the top 50 districts in western Pennsylvania, the highest average salary is $85,511 and the lowest is $65,188.
New Contract for PSO is a No Go
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra musicians vote to go on strike.
Strip District's Savoy Seeks to Refresh and Renew
The restaurant debuts a new lounge and has plans for refocused menu and more.
Pittburgh’s Daya Dropping New Album, Headline Tour
The teen singing sensation from Mt. Lebanon’s tour concludes in Pittsburgh.
See it Now: Trailer for Filmed-in-Pittsburgh “Fences”
Directed and starring Denzel Washington, the first big screen treatment of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play arrives in theaters on Christmas Day.
2016 Athena Award Winners Announced
Named for the Greek goddess of strength and wisdom, the ATHENA Awards are unique among regional honors for professional women because of the focus on developing the next generation of leaders through mentorship.