Thirty-two years after beating ovarian cancer Robin Smiley, of Sharpsburg, is fighting for her life again after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Watch as Smiley rings the “celebration bell” after winning her fight.

 

Weekly vlog series “In The Garden” with Doug Oster.

Pitt wrestler Dan Kornberg, 22, a survivor of Ewing’s sarcoma, volunteers at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Lucas Goeller, 2, of Indiana Township, underwent a high-profile liver transplant in July and has been recovering at home after nearly two-months in Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Rick and Jess, his parents, credit their faith, each other, and the support they received from family, friends and strangers with getting them through this difficult period of their lives.

Sights and sounds from the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 2016 Stanley Cup victory parade

The St. Patrick’s Day Flood of 1936

Slow motion video of the Hulton Bridge demolition.

The Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs prepare for an epic wild-card showdown.

 

The USS LST 325 was built in 1942. The WWII-era ship was involved in the Battle of Salerno, the Invasion of Sicily and the Normandy Invasion. Photo gallery http://trib.me/1PK3azX

Larry Schrott, 73, has tended to eleven oil wells every weekend for more than 40 years. He is one of 5,618 active independent producers in PA who pump oil. Full story http://trib.me/1I60Spc

Penn State University marks 60 years of reactor research at the State College Radiation Science & Engineering Center.

Jackee Ging is the owner of the Style Truck, a mobile fashion boutique. Read the full @TribLIVE story at http://trib.me/1HOsPld

After 32 years, Regent Square restaurant Dunning’s has closed. Brendan Lloyd, 8, spent the last two days at his favorite restaurant working as a busboy. Read the full story @TribLIVE here http://trib.me/1LerprJ

Breakthrough Epilepsy Technology from Jasmine Goldband on Vimeo.

Jenevieve Woods, 17, of Ross (Pittsburgh) used a charity’s wish to give her mother a wedding.

Pittsburgh says goodbye as Carol ‘dear heart’ Pascuzzi and husband Nick Pascuzzi announce their retirement from Penn Mac.

Students share their experience dancing in the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre High School Program.