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.
There is a new professional softball team around Pittsburgh in the Pennsylvania Rebellion, playing their inaugural season at Consol Energy Park in Washington, Pa.
Lauryn Williams wears her silver and gold Olympic medals proudly.
Local law enforcement is on the move today, running 150 miles to support Special Olympics.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is looking for cities interested in bidding for the 2024 Summer Games, and Pittsburgh is reportedly one of the cities they have reached out to.
This week on Black and Gold Sunday, KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte was joined at the Kuhn’s Market it Hopewell by several local sports figures.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Xfinity’s Todd Gold about how and when to watch ALL of the Olympics.
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.