Harold Hayes' Biggest Retirement Fear, It's Not What You Think
Hayes leaves KDKA TV after nearly 37 years with his legacy as one of the city's most respected, fair and accurate reporters – and his priceless sense of humor – firmly intact.
What to Watch Out For in This Year’s Pittsburgh Marathon
Marathon weekend can be a challenge for both runners, who are trying to finish the grueling race, and spectators who are simply trying to get around. We've got the info you need, whether you're running or watching from the sidelines.
Philly Chefs With Pittsburgh Roots Win Big at the James Beard Awards
Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook have picked up two James Beard awards this year, and Solomonov is in the running for one more.
Seven Cool Things About Dormont's Hollywood Theater
After a decades-long cycle of closing and reopening, Pittsburgh’s oldest single-screen theater continues to enchant visitors.
Antonio Brown Lets Loose on ‘Dancing With The Stars’
Brown enjoyed a breakout night dancing to “Footloose” Monday night, but not before some drama with partner Sharna Burgess.
Jackie Evancho's New Single ‘Apocalypse’ Has Pop Sound
Richland Township native Jackie Evancho released a new single, straying from her classical sound into the realm of pop for the first time.
Several Western Pennsylvania Programs Included in White House Early-Childhood STEM Initiatives
The Fred Rogers Company and the Grable Foundation are among several regional organizations committed to promoting STEM education for the youngest learners.
Legendary Frankie Capri Is Bringing His One-Man-Band Back to the 'Burgh
Capri will perform in a limited engagement at The Original Oyster House in Market Square.
Pitt's James Conner Gets Welcome Surprise on ‘Ellen’
Conner, considered one of the best collegiate running backs in the game, has been battling Hodgkin lymphoma for the past five months.
Renovated Cliffside Park Renamed to Honor August Wilson
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy unveiled the new August Wilson Park overlooking the Allegheny River. The park is located around the corner from Wilson’s former home in the Hill District.
Sweet Scented Memories: A Visit to the Hills Store for Snacks
This new candle will take you back in time.
Nonprofit Partners with Giant Eagle, Zipcar to Help Prevent Food Waste
412 Food Rescue is working with Giant Eagle and Zipcar to make good use of leftovers, delivering food that would’ve otherwise been wasted to the organizations who need it.
Antonio Brown's Latest Dance Move Might Frighten Steelers' Fans
On Monday night's “Dancing with the Stars,” Brown and his new, one-night-only partner, Karina Smirnoff, dazzled the audience as they danced through a cha cha to “Son of a Preacher Man.”
Remembering Jay Dantry
Jay's Book Stall was considered one of the premier bookstores in the country and a must stop for touring writers.
Is Pittsburgh home to Pennsylvania’s Best Cheesesteak?
Pittsburgh’s Groove Cheesesteak Co. is giving 15 Philly cheesesteak purveyors a run for their money in a statewide poll and the folks in Philadelphia aren't happy.
Meadville Native Builds a Better Organ and Boy Can He Play
Cameron Carpenter, who is performing in Pittsburgh this weekend, is changing everything you know about the organ.
41 Years of Pens' Playoff Memories in One Contagious Lip Dub
It's a wonderful, 15-minute ride that –– once you start to watch –– you won't be able to stop.
Pirates' Pre-Game Handshakes in League of Their Own
They may look a bit ridiculous (bordering on silly) but who in their right mind would tell them to stop?
Antonio Brown Breaks Out on ‘Dancing with the Stars’
Brown, and partner Sharna Burgess, tied for the third highest score Monday night dancing to a “Friend Like Me” from Disney's “Aladdin.”
He Shoots and Scores! True Love Overcomes Hockey Rivalry
Can a Pens' fan and a Flyers' fan live together without driving each other crazy?
Western Pennsylvania Native Voices Powerpuff Girl in Series Reboot
‘The Powerpuff Girls’ is returning to Cartoon Network, with the addition of Peters Township High School grad Natalie Palamides as the voice of Bubbles.
Clinton Comforts Grieving Family of Young, Fervent Supporter
Caileigh McDowell, 17 of Forest Hills, died Saturday of complications from Crohn's disease.
Curtain Falls on Another Pittsburgh-Area Drive-In
Part of the theater site will be occupied by a gas station and a convenience store.
Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Regatta Will Be Twice the Fun in 2016
The annual summer event will present its signature activities in July and August.