The “KDKA Morning News” with Larry Richert and John Shumway had their annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration filled with Irish jokes, stories, a trip to the oldest pub in Ireland and a performance from one of Pittsburgh’s premiere musicians, live in the studio.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner.
No one knows how to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day better than the Irish. That is why you will want to make a trip over the pond and experience this green holiday with those who love all things related to St. Patrick’s Day, including the green beer.
Penn State football head coach James Franklin joins The Fan Morning Show
Following a win in Ireland, the Nittany Lions are back in University Park for the home opener against Akron at noon Saturday. James Franklin’s team was able to come back and beat Central Florida 26-24 on a Sam Ficken field goal.
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UCF’s season opener in Ireland next week against Penn State may be in peril because of a possible volcanic eruption in Iceland.
A St. Louis lawyer has been nominated to be the next US ambassador to Ireland.
Every March 17th people all over celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There are not many cities that have a celebration as large as Pittsburgh’s.
Who knew that March 17 wasn’t the day St. Patrick was born, but actually the day he died? And did you know that St. Patrick’s Day used to be associated with blue, not green?
This Saturday many cities across the U.S. will have their yearly St. Patrick’s Day parade, but there aren’t many that are as big as Pittsburgh. It’s one of the largest anywhere.
A local man’s swimming skills, training, and determination have paid off. Darren Miller of Murrysville completed what’s known as “Oceans Seven” on Thursday.
“The pilot came on, said we can’t land,” said Veina Lofton of Slippery Rock.
A plane from Ireland has made an emergency landing in Philadelphia because of an unspecified threat.
Just three days before the 40th anniversary of the Immaculate Reception and a week after he stepped down as the U.S. Ambassador to Ireland, Pittsburgh Steelers’ owner Dan Rooney was honored by his hometown.