Words can often cut like a knife and be just as painful, especially when referring to people with disabilities.
Today was a memorable day for Special Olympics athletes and their law enforcement supporters.
The 45th Special Olympics of Pennsylvania Summer Games start on Thursday. In advance of the competition, law enforcement from across the state will band together and carry the “Flame of Hope” to State College.
Here they go again – jumping into a frigid river in the middle of January. Are they crazy?
Local law enforcement is on the move today, running 150 miles to support Special Olympics.
The case of a local college student who was murdered last fall remains unsolved. But, the Steelers joined with students and the staff of Washington & Jefferson College on Wednesday evening to create a lasting tribute to 21-year-old Tim McNerney of Butler.
More than 1,000 people took to the Ohio River to raise money for the Special Olympics Sunday.
The summer games of the Pennsylvania Special Olympics may not be until later this week, but it got off to an early start Tuesday morning.
Nearly 1,100 people took a plunge in the Allegheny River for a good cause Sunday.
The Special Olympics came to the NewsRadio 1020 KDKA studios this morning to talk about the what they do and their upcoming fundraising event to raise money for the athletes.
Before he was injured in a shooting, Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak had planned to participate in a torch run with his fellow law enforcement officers to raise money for Special Olympics; but Officer Kuzak isn’t letting his injuries stop him.