21-Year-Old To Receive Kidney From Adoptive BrotherA KDKA apprentice is receiving a kidney after finding a match in his adoptive brother.
W&J Professor Enters MMA World To Study Why Men FightWhether it's boxing, wrestling or brawls in the street, it seems most men like to fight, or at least watch other men fight. But, why is that?
Snow Makes Travel Tricky In Washington CountyIn Washington County, the snow started falling long before daybreak.
W&J Football Player’s Father Reflects Following Arrests In Son’s DeathDr. Robert McNerney took a break from making rounds at Butler Memorial Hospital on Wednesday to reflect on the three men who are accused in the death of his son, Timothy.
Slain Student’s Family Joins With Steelers, Community To Raise Money For Good CauseThe 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.
Police Continue Investigation Into W&J Student's DeathPolice have released new details about the beating death of a Washington & Jefferson College student. Tim McNerney, 21, was killed on the morning of Oct. 4.
Knoch High School Honors W&J College Running BackIt’s a loss that has been tough to take. Washington & Jefferson College running back Tim McNerney was killed earlier this month in an apparent robbery after a night out.
Funeral Held For Slain W&J Football PlayerFriends and family said goodbye Tuesday morning to a Washington & Jefferson College football player who was recently beaten to death.
W&J Football Player Honored In 1st Game After MurderThe Washington & Jefferson College football team played its first game today, since a player was murdered in an on-campus street robbery.
Community Mourns Murdered W&J Football Player, Police Still InvestigatingThe Washington & Jefferson College football team will play in Kentucky this weekend, minus running back Tim McNerney.
Coroner: W&J Student's Death Ruled Homicide The death of a Washington & Jefferson College student has been ruled a homicide. The Washington County Coroner reports Timothy McNerney, 21, of Butler, died from blunt force trauma of the head.
"Mr. High School Sports" - Chartiers Valley Hockey Keeps It In The FamilyChartiers Valley didn't have to look far to find its new head hockey coach for the 2012-13 PIHL campaign...