On Friday, NBC News released a video (above) telling one of Pittsburgh's favorite tales.
CNBC and Glassdoor put Pittsburgh on a list of places where you can "live large" on $60,000 a year.
Nearly everywhere you turn in Pittsburgh you spot one of Uber's souped up Volvos with a curious spinning contraption on its roof. Forbes looks at how we got here.
Check out this great list from Kidsburgh.org on family-friendly breweries -- and keep it handy!
Pittsburgh is the only eastern US city featured in the new report on places with the most coffee shops per capita.
New York Times reporter Cecilia Kang wrote a comprehensive article about the benefits and challenges related to Pittsburgh being “the world’s first city to let passengers hail autonomous vehicles.”
"I was surprisingly starved for time in the 'Burgh to hit all of the amazing restaurants, shops, cultural sites and quaint neighborhoods the city has to offer—and am still dreaming about some of the standout meals, cocktails and artwork I enjoyed during my stay."
A Swissvale bride was able to feel her father's heart, beating inside another man, on her wedding day.
See which two new Pittsburgh restaurants are named to Bon Appétit magazine's list of the Top 50 Best New Restaurants in America, and stay tuned for the Hot 10.
Just call us Beer City.