South Fayette Township officials are headed to court to fight a new state law that would allow shale gas drilling close by.
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) Beaver Falls senior swingman Sheldon Jeter closed out the first day of the C.J. Betters RBA Holiday Classic by practically closing out two-time WPIAL Class A silver medalist Lincoln Park by […]
Two of the WPIAL’s best male shooting guards will face each other at around 8:30 Tuesday night at the Community College of Beaver County.
A driver was treated for injuries after his van slammed into a guardrail and then flipped into a hillside.
The winner of Friday’s historic “Battle of the Brumbaughs” talks briefly about Seton-LaSalle’s WPIAL Quarterfinal victory Friday night.
We’re live in McMurray for the WPIAL Football Quarterfinals as two Century Conference rivals are reunited…
This week’s UPMC Centers for Rehab Services Athlete of the Week is John Lerda, a senior quarterback for the South Fayette football team.
The South Fayette head coach breaks down the Lions’ last-minute win over Steel Valley in their Class AA Century Conference opener.
Allegheny County Police have released a sketch of the man allegedly responsible for a robbery and shooting at a South Fayette gun shop in June.
Investigators are now offering a $10,000 reward for help finding the suspect who held up a gun store and shot the clerk in South Fayette earlier this week.
The search for a suspect continues this afternoon following an attempted robbery and shooting at a gun store in South Fayette. The incident happened around 10 a.m. at the Federal Firearms gun store in the 5000-block of Thoms Run Road.
Rain has wreaked a lot of havoc on the WPIAL baseball and softball schedule this spring. Here’s a look at some of the big games from a rescheduled and, as a result, jam-packed week of action…
Recently our partners at the Post-Gazette released their annual “Fab Five” boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. Here are some of the best players in western PA who didn’t make the cut…
While Pennsylvania’s Department of Education won’t confirm this yet, KDKA-TV has learned some local school districts have applied – and received – exceptions to a state cap that limits tax hikes.
When Governor Tom Corbett urged the legislature to cut public school funding by 10 percent across the board, that didn’t mean every school district would lose the same amount of money.