A local missionary is in Ukraine and gives us his unique perspective on the protests and unrest.
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.
Dave Hughes spent some time in Ukraine working with the Peace Corps. He got to know and understand the country and people, so when the protest happened, he was surprised how fast it spread.
Brady McCollough, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, joined Chris Mack Friday on The FAN Late shift to talk about his experience in Sochi.
NBC hockey analyst, former Penguins player & head coach, and 1984 US Olympian Eddie Olczyk joined The Fan Morning Show live from Sochi on Thursday to give his thoughts on this year’s Olympics.
Craig Patrick joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to talk about his experiences in the Olympics and this year’s Olympic hockey action.
The U.S. women’s hockey team plays a big game against archrival Canada Wednesday.
There are Steelers bars all across the country and the world, but what are the odds of a Pittsburgh themed bar in Russia?
Dear Athletes, Journalists, Fans in Sochi for the Olympics, I will applaud loudly. When the Olympics are over — and if nothing catastrophic happens.
A pizza delivery driver helped to apprehend two teens accused of carjacking him the day before. However, police are still searching for a third suspect.
Inomjon Madumarov, 29, a native of Russia who is now living in Pittsburgh, helped police catch two carjacking suspects late Wednesday.
The Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony is this Friday and one of our own is in Sochi, Russia representing the USA.
The FBI and federal prosecutors are reviewing allegations against a Pennsylvania college student from Russia who is accused of possessing bomb-making and marijuana-growing materials.
The Olympic Winter Games in Sochi are just around the corner.
Author Peter Savodnik studied in depth the life and experiences that Lee Harvey Oswald had while living in the Soviet Union.