Veteran Post-Gazette columnist and CBS Pittsburgh radio personality Ron Cook recently received a special honor from the high school sports community.
The officer accused of asking women for sexual favors in exchange for leniency has been fired. That’s according to our news partners at the Post-Gazette.
What can we take from a week that saw reaffirmations, de-commitments, and recruiting tidbits?
The Pitt hoops reporter discusses Saturday afternoon’s game at Marquette, which is yet another must-win situation for the Panthers.
The family of a pregnant woman who was allegedly killed by her fiancé’s 11-year-old son wants his trial to be open to the public and media. Lawyers for three local newspapers, the prosecution and the defense for Jordan Brown went to court over the issue.
This week the panel weighs in on Pitt-’Cuse and Steelers-Bengals at Heinz Field, as both football teams have critical games on the horizon, and a controversial play in the Penguins’ win at Washington.
Do Catholic schools “recruit?” Do they have an unfair competitive advantage over their public counterparts? One WPIAL football coach thinks so, and the Post-Gazette’s scholastic sports editor reacts…
The Penn State beat writer for the Post-Gazette explains why he supports the firing of Joe Paterno.
Pitt picked up a big win Wednesday night, but at what cost? PantherLair.com editor and 93-7 The Fan weekend host Chris Peak joined “The Post-Gazette Roundtable” with Jerry Micco this weekend to discuss how the Panthers must survive with their top player–and two others–out for the season.
Dave Molinari, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the hall-of-fame Penguins beat writer, joined “The Post-Gazette Roundtable” with Jerry Micco this weekend to share his thoughts on forward Arron Asham’s controversial fight with Jay Beagle of the Washington Capitals Thursday.
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) As has been reported by multiple sources, Hopewell senior tailback Rushel Shell, the WPIAL’s all-time rushing leader, and one of the top Division I football recruits to come out of western […]
The Post-Gazette scholastic sports editor boldly predicts this year’s WPIAL football finalists…
As officials look into what caused flood waters to rise so quickly on Washington Boulevard, the KDKA Investigators have learned that it is a problem officials have known about for decades.
How many heads have the 2011 Pirates turned across America, and how long will it last? Recently the Post-Gazette’s Jerry Micco turned to Baseball America executive editor Jim Callis to find out.
Post-Gazette Pirates beat writer Bill Brink joined The Fan live from Washington with reaction to the Pirates’ split of their weekend series with the Nationals.