The bus is headed to Canton.
People around the world tuned in to hear the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson Monday night.
More than 5,000 miles separate the domes of St. Marys Ukrainian Orthodox Church in McKees Rocks from the the recent violence in Kiev’s Independence Square and the tense stalemate with Russia in Crimea.
As soon as Penn State University made it official, callers began lighting up the phone lines this morning on 93-7 The Fan, ready to give their opinions on the new head coach of the Nittany Lions.
The not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case came down on Saturday and has everyone talking.
A Bridgeport, Ohio woman ousted as the Den Mother of her son’s Boy Scout group is reacting to the national organization’s possible shift in policy regarding gays and lesbians as leaders.
Responding to questions posed by uncommitted voters, both President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney came out charging.
There are more Penn State alumni in Allegheny County than there are anywhere else in the world, and many have strong feelings about the removal of Joe Paterno’s statue and the looming NCAA sanctions.
The Steelers Nation is reacting to the Pro Football Hall of Fame announcements.
U.S. Airways and Delta are reporting solid quarterly earnings, but word of a possible merger between the two is buzzing in Wall Street circles. In a Wednesday conference call, the CEO of U.S. Airways Group confirmed his company is investigating a possible merger with American Airlines.
Following the Penn State Board of Trustees announcement that Joe Paterno was out as the university’s head football coach, students took to the streets of State College.
People all over the world are reacting to the news that ousted Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi has been killed, including a local man who was born in Libya and later fled to the United States. For the Libyan family that runs Salem’s Market in the Strip District, the feeling of liberation began with the rebel movement back in February.
It was the verdict that shocked the nation, Casey Anthony found not guilty in connection with the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Now, many local people, including mothers and grandmothers, are reacting to the verdict, which came down on Tuesday afternoon.
The day after a guilty verdict was handed down in the murder trial of Richard Poplawski, a burning blue candle sits near the statue of St. Michael the Archangel. It’s a memorial to Officers Paul Sciullo II, Eric Kelly and Stephen Mayhle at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bloomfield. Officer Sciullo was a member of the parish.
It has been a week of intense emotions at the Allegheny County Courthouse during the trial of Richard Poplawski, who was convicted Saturday in the deaths of three police officers. As the verdict came down, Poplawski’s mother, Margaret, was thrown out of the courtroom.