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Before you toss your empty plastic bottles in the recycling bin, try repurposing them as sensory bottles for experiments.
One of the greatest female athletes in Western Pennsylvania history, Swintayla "Swin" Cash has achieved extraordinary success in basketball.
This is one of a series presented by the National Aviary, which works to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds.
Brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright studied nature to help them learn how to make and fly an aircraft.
The Pittsburgh Courier evolved from a small start-up publication to the most influential African-American newspaper of the past 100 years.
Attention is a two-way street between children and animals at Edinboro Public Library in Erie County.
Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh region are steeped in a rich railroading history.
Pittsburgh native Lauryn Williams made history in Sochi, Russia, this month as a member of the U.S. women's bobsled team.
Beautiful fruit doves, native to the rainforests in Papua New Guinea, are smaller but far more colorful than our area's mourning doves.
Too many of the medals in the Winter Games are decided by judges.
Earth makes two trips around the sun in the about the time it takes Mars to make one trip.
A Downtown hotel hosted famous visitors during the 19th century and secretly doubled as a safe house on the Underground Railroad.
Major League Baseball has announced it will use instant replay more often 2014, and here's why that's not a helpful lesson for kids.
Kale, a green leafy vegetable, may not wear a superhero costume, but as far as nutrition goes, it is a champion.
Canadian native Herb Drury set the standard for Pittsburgh pro hockey players in the Olympics more than 90 years ago.
Mid-February's lengthening daylight, not temperature change, triggers physiological changes that bring birds into breeding condition.