Pittsburghers are everywhere and that includes New York City, which is taking a pounding from Superstorm Sandy. KDKA’s David Highfield talked on Monday with two people originally from our area, but who are now living in Big Apple.
Shaun Fairman is now headed to trial for the murder of his estranged wife’s father. A magistrate on Friday determined that there was enough evidence to move forward with the case.
This new conference, a result of the Greater Allegheny more or less merging with the Keystone, per biennial district realignment, features two of last year’s WPIAL semifinalists and another team that could go on a lengthy playoff run in 2012.
Heavy rains and even stronger winds brought down trees and power lines Saturday afternoon in Indiana County.
An Indiana County man pleaded guilty to causing an accident that took another man’s life nearly seven years ago. Sean Pearce, 29, was riding his bicycle in a construction zone along Route 22 in Burrell Township when he was struck and killed in July 2005.
A fifth-grader from Indiana County has been selected as Pennsylvania’s winner in the Doodle for Google contest. Talia Mastalski attends East Pike Elementary School in Indiana. She calls her drawing “Travelling to Me.”
The idea of being “friends” on Facebook sounds innocent enough, especially to young children. But authorities in Beaver County jumped into action when someone recently got a bit too friendly with some kids.
It was an emotional and joyful reunion Saturday for a Steelers fan from Indiana who suffered a heart attack while visiting the city last year. Jay Gebhardt and his family returned to Pittsburgh this weekend to say thank you to the paramedics who helped to save his life.
An IUP football player is facing charges after leading police on a chase. Alexander Berdahl, 19, is charged with criminal trespass, resisting arrest, escape, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and underage drinking.
IUP says its investigation into anti-gay remarks allegedly made by a business professor is over. IUP says because of personnel policy, it can’t reveal what action it took.
The chancellor of the state university system was at IUP Wednesday for his annual visit and he had to answer some tough questions from a student who says she was bullied by a professor because of her sexuality.
A fugitive who was arrested in Verona on Tuesday was in court today and is facing more charges.
FBI agents are still examining the scene in Verona where an international fugitive surrendered after a standoff.
93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger examines whether Indiana can make even more noise in the Greater Allegheny Conference after a strong 2010 season.
Watch the stage collapse via a Youtube video.