Customers At Local Dick's Sporting Goods React To CEO's Decision To Destroy $5M Worth Of Assault Rifles It was just after the Sandy Hook attack that Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack made the decision to pull AR-15 assault rifles off the stores' shelves.
'This Is Going To Be Serious': Doctors Respond To Hit On Steelers Quarterback Mason RudolphNeurologist Dr. Bruce Cotugno says when he saw the hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph took, he knew it was serious.
Pittsburgh Police Officer Placed On Paid Leave For Reportedly Using Medical MarijuanaA Pittsburgh Police officer was placed on paid administrative leave for reportedly using prescribed medical marijuana and failing a random drug test.
Ross Township Landslide Still Causing Problems Months After Initial ImpactThe impact of the Ross Township landslide is still being felt.
Pennsylvania Turnpike 66 Going Cashless, Implementing Toll-To-Plate Method And Increasing TollsPennsylvania Turnpike 66 is going cashless.
Pittsburgh Steelers Fans Anxious Heading Into Showdown With Cincinnati BengalsThe Pittsburgh Steelers' 0-3 start to the season has fans on edge.
Man Accused In Deadly Jeannette High School Football Game Shooting Has Preliminary HearingThe suspect in a deadly shooting outside a high school football game appeared in court.
Bill To Limit Robocalls And Telemarketers Awaits Decision From Governor Tom WolfThere are many common aggravations we all share on a daily basis.
Pittsburgh Steelers' Woes Have Impact On Local BusinessesPittsburgh Steelers fans have mixed feelings following a rough start to the 2019 season.
Lawsuits Continue To Pile Up For Former Steelers Wide Receiver Antonio BrownThe off-the-field drama continues for Antonio Brown as lawsuits have begun to mount against the former Steelers, Raiders, and Patriots wide receiver.
'We're Going To Get This Thing Right' Pirates President Frank Coonelly Speaks On Difficult SeasonThe Pirates season has not gone according to plan and the fans aren't the only ones frustrated.