Pittsburgh artist Nat Youngblood became a household name for his colorful illustrations depicting the region’s culture and history.
As evolution drives forward, predators and prey end up in “arms races” to develop the best adaptations to thwart adversaries.
In addition to being the smallest of the world’s 15 crane species, the demoiselle is the third most abundant.
As Earth’s closest neighbor in space moves east, away from the sun, a very young thin crescent moon can be seen Friday evening.
Fort Fayette was built in 1792 near today’s Downtown Cultural District.
The first total solar eclipse over the U.S mainland in 38 years occurs on Monday, Aug. 21.
Why have we designated April 22 as Earth Day, is it necessary to dedicate a day to examining our relationship with our host planet?
The Lyrids, the first major meteor shower of the year, will peak overnight on Friday and through dawn on Saturday.
His legendary World Series home run and accomplishments as a second basemen made Bill Mazeroski one of the greatest in Pirates history.
Curious about shadows? Spend some time outside on a sunny afternoon (or inside with a flashlight on a rainy one), learning about light.
The factors that determine the number of eggs birds lay in their nests has fascinated and confounded ornithologists for more than 75 years.
After going into opposition last week, dazzling bright Jupiter can be found 25 degrees above the southeastern horizon at 9:30 p.m.
Those who’ve lived through a home renovation know building something new, or adding on to an existing structure, takes a lot of engineering.
Some buildings have systems in place to allow air to be taken in, filtered and expelled.
Jupiter’s size and brightly reflective clouds are what makes the planet shine so brightly this time of year.