At least five people were injured in a two-vehicle accident this morning on Route 65.
Police are on the scene of a car crash in West Deer Township.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking to end a two-game skid when they play host to the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at CONSOL Energy Center.
Three people are dead, including two high school football players, and four people were injured, including two children, after a head-on crash between an SUV and pickup truck late Friday night in Mercer County.
A man, who was hurt in a house explosion last month in Moon Township, is now charged in connection with the blast.
Several people, including police officers, were hospitalized Saturday evening after fire broke out in Braddock.
A man who works counseling families is facing serious charges, accused of beating his adopted son after finding some of his homework papers in the trash.
For 20 seasons, Brett Favre stared down some of the biggest, meanest players in the NFL, and won. Now retired, 44-year-old Favre says this memory loss is far more frightening than anything he faced on the field.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Even in success, the Steelers can’t seem to catch a break, particularly on offense. A freak injury to a player who never even played a single down, followed by an injury to a position of little depth, have further crippled the team.
Two people were injured in a Moon Township house explosion Saturday evening.
A motorcyclist suffered critically injuries and two EMTs were also hurt when an ambulance collided with a motorcycle Friday night on the North Side.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — Perhaps, going forward, Washington head coach Mike Bosnic and Steel Valley head coach Rodney Steele will carry rabbit’s feet, extra pennies, or, failing that, four-leaf clovers with them on the sidelines, if they don’t already.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Offensively, the Steelers have plenty to worry about after ineptitude and key injuries in Week 1, but on Wednesday, they found themselves having to tackle an off-the-field issue.
Mike Tomlin stressed to Jonathan Dwyer when the coach cut the Pittsburgh Steelers running back 10 days ago that the decision to release the team’s leading rusher in 2012 was not a personal one.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Good medical news was long overdue for the Steelers after a catastrophic season opener at Heinz Field. Pro Bowl tight end Heath Miller, the team’s top pass-catching weapon from 2012, may finally return when they visit Cincinnati next Monday.