Duquesne Light is buying electric vehicles, and donating one to a local charity, to be chosen by the public.
Pittsburgh-based filmmaker Julie Sokolow is getting national attention for her feature documentaries, like Woman on Fire, and short subjects, like The John Show.
Several hundred women (and more than a few men) showed up on a blustery Wednesday evening to mark "A Day Without Women."
The Foundry at 41st cranks out amenity-rich apartments in an old steel plant in Lawrenceville.
The AC Hotel will have a restaurant, AC Kitchen, that will focus on breakfast along with a co-working space by day that turns into a tapas restaurant and bar at night.
African American Neighborhoods of Choice seeks to understand what attracts African-American professionals to Pittsburgh—and what doesn't.
The final, up-to-date, post-Fences list of the greatest made-in-Pittsburgh movies ever.
Matt Landis was one of several Pittsburgh veterans who spoke up for immigrants and refugees at a recent press conference.
Pittsburgh Peace & Justice Initiative report to help guide improvements in the quality of life for African-American residents of Pittsburgh.
Color stylists from all over the world come to Pittsburgh to pick the colors for the coming year.