Penn State football coach James Franklin joined The Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to talk about his program with the final week of spring practice underway.
Ginny Hannan, of Upper Saint Clair, models the dress she’ll wear for dinner Friday night. Ginny’s husband, Tim, will also be handsomely attired. After all, Valentine’s Day comes just once a year.
The accused gunman in a November shooting outside Brashear High School was held for trial today.
Just a picture of a decadent dessert or an enticing entrée can make our mouths water.
Donna Azar, of Wexford, shows her California sister the view from the Mount Washington overlook. She and Lorin Mills, though two years apart in age, look almost like twins.
Two local men are trying to make Pittsburgh the kindest city in America and they’re using social media to spread the word.
Have you noticed some strange things happening around town recently? Maybe somebody paid for your coffee or let you have the good parking spot at work?
School officials are taking a greater interest in what students are doing on social media after three students were shot at Brashear High School last week.
Police believe some photos posted online may have led up to the shootings near Brashear High School that left three students injured.
Stand on any side of the road and it’s likely you’ll see drivers with a cell phone against their ear.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he’ll be more visible in the coming weeks. As he toured the new Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District Wednesday, he said he was focusing not only on the market but also on his legacy.
A man accused in the sexual assault of three teenagers will stand trial. Police say Melvin Amodeo, 25, of Wilmerding, used social media to contact the victims.
A worldwide movement is underway to honor a Pennsylvania teenager who died after suffering from an epileptic seizure.
If you were like many Pirates fans last night, after the Bucs won their 81st game of the season, you got on social media. Maybe you posted a tweet or texted a friend. But what if none of that existed?
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks to national credit expert Paul Oster about how credit companies, insurers, and employers are using social media to make decisions about you.