Andy Sheehan

Some Worry Fantasy Sports Leagues Cross Line From Fun Into GamblingFantasy sports leagues are everywhere, and now, some are way more involved than you and your buddies drafting, trading and keeping score.
Is Allegheny County's Biggest House Under-Assessed?At 33,000 square feet with 34 rooms, 12 bedrooms, 22 fireplaces, not to mention the Roman Villa swimming pool, terraced gardens, tennis court and basketball court, it’s the biggest house in the region.
Some Concerned Union Too Involved In Pittsburgh Public Schools As Crucial Decisions LoomingCrucial decisions lie ahead in the area’s largest school district.
Great Race A Family Affair For CaliguirisOne of Pittsburgh’s most popular races is just over a week away.
How North Shore Went From No Man's Land To Budding Business DistrictBut how did we get here? What made the North Shore take off when it had been dormant for decades? Three Rivers Stadium was supposed to bring development, but for three decades, it sat in the middle of a sea of parking lots.
Pittsburgh Postmaster Accused Of Opening Mail, Threatening EmployeesThe postmaster in Pittsburgh has been arrested on charges of opening mail packages allegedly looking for drugs and threatening employees if they told authorities about it.
Allegheny Co. Eastern Suburbs Brace For FrackingChurchill Valley Country Club -- 1,200 acres of what were once manicured fairways and greens has now gone to seed.
Allegheny County Receives More Than $250,000 To Test Rape KitsThe Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office will get more than $250,000 in federal money to test 400 rape kits.
Woman Gets 6 Months House Arrest For Crashing Through Allegheny Cemetery GatesA woman who crashed through the gates of the Allegheny Cemetery was found guilty today.
Steelworkers United In Contract BattlesLocked out at ATI and working without a contract at U.S. Steel, members of the United Steelworkers took center stage at this year's Labor Day parade, enlisting the help of Vice President Joe Biden.
Retiring Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Looks Back, To FutureDr. Linda Lane, the superintendent of the Pittsburgh Public Schools, will step down at the end of the year.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Stepping DownKDKA has learned that Dr. Linda Lane, who has been the calm superintendent of Pittsburgh’s Public Schools for the past five years, has decided to step down at the end of the school year.