Brady McCollough, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, joined Chris Mack Friday on The FAN Late shift to talk about his experience in Sochi.
The mother of the Western Psych shooter is being sued by several victims after they say she failed to commit her son.
Bouchette expects the NFL to come down hard on a punishment for Coach Tomlin if they determine he did this on purpose.
A Post Gazette delivery truck crashed through a fence and over a wall in the West End early Friday morning.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Gerry Dulac of the Post-Gazette reports Steelers tight end Matt Spaeth has a Lisfranc injury in his foot and will miss eight to ten weeks.
The Kenny Chesney concert was a big hit, but the trash left behind turned some heads, and now the Steelers and the parking lot owners are in a war of words over the mess.
Max Parker joined us to talk about E3 and the latest gaming systems.
Bill Brink, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pirates reporter, and author of the blog “Shots Across The Bow” on the PG website, joined 93.7 The Fan weekend host Tab Douglas to talk about the vast improvement in the Bucs’ bats, fueled in part by right fielder Travis Snider.
The Labrador is once again top dog in Allegheny County.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Executive Editor David Shribman about the future of print media and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Here is a list of the top Pittsburgh news stories of 2012 according to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Given happier circumstances, the Penguins’ now abbreviated 2012-13 season would begin at home Oct. 25 against the New York Rangers. However, the NHL and NHLPA don’t appear to be operating under those right now.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — According to Post-Gazette reporter and 93.7 The Fan Steelers insider Ed Bouchette, outside linebacker James Harrison will apparently be absent again due to left knee soreness when the New York Jets come to Heinz Field for a late Sunday afternoon game.
Veteran Post-Gazette columnist and CBS Pittsburgh radio personality Ron Cook recently received a special honor from the high school sports community.