Despite what Capitals Head Coach Adam Oates thinks, USA Today Hockey Writer Kevin Allen sees Sidney Crosby as the front-runner for MVP.
Ray Shero and the Penguins pulled off the surprise move last night of trading for Flames Captain Jarome Iginla, and a panel of experts ranging from local to national gave us their opinion on what Iginla will bring to the Pens.
USA Today’s hockey writer Kevin Allen knows the hockey scene as well as anyone, and takes a look around the league at what pieces the Penguins could be targeting in a trade.
The Clairton Bears have done it again. Impressively. They won Friday’s game against Port Allegany 44-12.
KDKA-AM’ s Larry and John talk to USA Today TV Critic Robert Bianco about the Emmy’s and the new TV season.
USA Today MLB writer Paul White checks into the Vinnie & Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Pittsburgh has been ranked “Most Livable” before, and National Geographic Traveler even listed Pittsburgh as one the best destinations in the world. And now, an article written by Dennis Skrzycki from Castle Shannon is featured in a USA Today blog called Pop Candy.
A new poll from the USA Today shows most of the American people believe members of Congress deserve to be re-elected.
More than 120 hospitals, given top marks by patients for providing excellent care, also have a darker distinction: high death rates for heart attack, heart failure or pneumonia.
Clint Hurdle Manager of the Year? Bob Nightengale, national baseball writer for the USA Today, believes if the vote was tomorrow, Hurdle would win.
Tonight is the big night for Steeler Hines Ward and tomorrow we will find out if he has won “Dancing with the Stars.”
National baseball writer, Seth Livingstone, from USA Today, jumped on the Rivertowne Hotline on Thursday to chat with The FAN Morning Show about Pirates baseball.
Paul and Rose of the KDKA Afternoon News spoke with USA Today’s Business Reporter Chris Woodyard about how to save while gas prices are eating more out of your budget.
Luxury items are flying off the shelves. Everything from RVs to TVs and high-end pet supplies. Dennis Cauchon has been analyzing this trend for USA Today.