Two major tuna companies are recalling products.
For years, TSA has confiscated all kinds of personal property, like baseball bats, golf clubs, and, of course, knives. But soon some of the rules will change.
Here’s a round up of some of Tuesday’s top news stories from the KDKA Afternoon News.
With the cold weather we’re seeing, it’s more important ever to know fact from fiction when it comes to staying warm.
Officials are reminding the public of certain dangers that are associated with some appliances, especially if they’re not ready for the extra demand on extra cold days.
It’s often considered the nightlife hub of Pittsburgh, but the South Side is plagued by problems at night. Now though, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has laid out a plan to restore safety for business owners and residents.
Household pets have a tendency to get into the trash. What many people may not realize, though, is that something in the garbage could be deadly.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (93-7 THE FAN) — Steelers safety Ryan Clark may not get a phone call from New York after leaving there with a 24-20 win over the Giants Sunday, he didn’t hold back when reacting to a callous personal foul call for an alleged helmet-to-helmet hit on receiver Victor Cruz.
Steelers Safety Will Allen joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN to talk about filling in for Troy Polamalu again this weekend as he recovers from an injured calf.
A major concern for parents each Halloween is safety, especially when children are trick-or-treating after dark.
A major concern for parents each Halloween is safety, especially when children are trick-or-treating after dark. Now there’s a new way to keep track of children.
A young woman stands outside the backdoor to her apartment where she used to live alone. She is afraid to show her face because she is scared “they” may come back.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Will Allen has quite a helmet to fill during this short week, even beyond the long head of hair that normally lies beneath it.
PITTSBURGH (AP) Troy Polamalu’s comeback turned out to be just a cameo, and there’s no telling when the Pittsburgh Steelers safety will be back on the field.
PITTSBURGH (AP) The starting defense the Steelers thought they were getting when the season opened finally practiced together on Monday.