KFC’s Simple & Brilliant Twitter Joke Leaves Users StunnedFollower counts on Twitter are nothing new, but one corporate account is gaining a lot of attention for a well-crafted joke.
Guinness The Horse Is Newest Member Of Pittsburgh Police Mounted UnitPittsburgh Police are welcoming a new member to their ranks.
Foster: Guys Are Building Their Own EmpiresSteelers guard Ramon Foster joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday and said that with social media, players are more focused on themselves.
'This Must Stop': Politicians, Celebs Respond To Vegas ShootingSeveral politicians are expressing their outrage at the current state of gun violence in the country.
Twitter To Talk To House, Senate In Russia ProbeSocial media giant Twitter will visit Capitol Hill as part of the House and Senate investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Girl With 3D Printed Hand To Throw First Pitch At Pirates GameThe Pittsburgh Pirates will welcome a 7-year-old girl with a 3D printed hand to throw out the first pitch at a game in 2018.
Bell Teases Fans On Twitter, Says He Will Return To Steelers Next MonthPittsburgh Steelers star running back Le’Veon Bell says he will return to the team next month.
Bethel Park Man Joins Suit Against President Trump For Blocking Critics On TwitterA Bethel Park man is one of six people who are suing President Trump for blocking them on Twitter.
Donald Trump Jr. Tweets Altered 'Top Gun' Scene With President, CNNJust days after President Donald Trump tweeted a mock video of him pummeling a man with a CNN logo over his face, Donald Trump Jr. shared another mock video referencing the president's criticism of the cable news network.
Andrew McCutchen, Wife Expecting Their First ChildThe Pirates' Andrew McCutchen took to Twitter on Friday afternoon to announce that he and his wife are expecting their first child.
JK Rowling Marks 20 Years Since 'Harry Potter' Hit BookshelvesAuthor J.K. Rowling's first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, was published in Britain on June 26, 1997.
Coke Tweets Pittsburghers Using Map Of PhiladelphiaCoca-Cola's marketing efforts during the weekend's heatwave in Pittsburgh backfired when the company mistakenly used a map of Philadelphia in a post on Twitter.

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