Sidney Crosby continues to recover from a broken jaw and his status for Game 1 against the New York Islanders Wednesday night is still unknown.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without Evgeni Malkin tonight when they host the Washington Capitals. However, he may not be out for much longer.
Ben Roethlisberger put his injured shoulder to the test on Thursday, but it’s still unclear whether he’ll be ready to play Sunday. However, one thing is clear. He’s enjoying his new role as a father.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a local boy will be saying goodbye to his nurses and doctors at UPMC Children’s Hospital and will head home to Butler County.
We often report on cases of child abuse, but the stories that are seldom told are what happens to the victims months, or even years later. The physical and emotional scars that are left behind can last a lifetime. Heather Abraham spoke with a young woman who has battled those scars for nearly two decades.
While addressing the media this afternoon on the progress of his recovery, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby told reporters it’s “likely” that he’ll return to play in the upcoming season; however, his doctors and Penguins general manager Ray Shero made it clear that he will not see game action until he’s 100 percent.
Rex Nutting of Marketwatch.com joined KDKA Radio’s Paul and Rose this afternoon on the KDKA afternoon news to discuss the market ”recovery.” Nutting discusses why we shouldn’t be surprised about the slow pace of recovery. He […]
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