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Antonio Brown's latest tweet has Steelers fans talking

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Just five words long, Antonio Brown's latest social media post has turned the Twitterverse upside down. His "Just Wanna Retire a Steeler" tweet at 12:04 p.m. had surpasssed a combined 10,000 reactions, likes and retweets by 12:30 p.m. (Story continues below the tweet) After a few commenters...
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3 Pittsburgh Penguins Not Expected Back in 2022-23

The Pittsburgh Penguins had their season ripped out of their hands by Artemi Panarin and the New York Rangers in overtime on Sunday. The team battled all season long and overcame injury after injury, displaying a ‘next man up’ mentality throughout the entire regular season and into the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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Hempfield man jailed, accused by police of beating, choking woman

A 31-year-old Hempfield man is in the county prison after state troopers say he severely beat and choked a woman with a television cable and threatened her with a shotgun. Cody J. Mattei was arrested Sunday after the woman was able to escape a residence in the 100 block of Lambert Lane and call for help, police said.

Joint Investigation Leads to Eight Indicted for Human Smuggling and Drug Conspiracy Charges

Investigations began towards the end 2021 and in February 2022, the U.S. Coast Guard interdicted the suspected vessel off the coast of Grand Isle. This case is being investigated by the Homeland Security Investigations and the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation. The Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Pennsylvania State Police, and the North Huntingdon Township Police provided assistance in the investigation.

PA 6-Year-Old Shoots Himself In The Head: Authorities

A 6-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the head on Sunday, May 15, authorities say. Police and EMS were called to reports of a child suffering from "a gunshot wound to the head" in the 400 block of Johnston Avenue, Pittsburgh just before 8:25 p.m., according to Pittsburgh Public Safety.

Former State Senator and Pittsburgh City Council President Jim Ferlo dies

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- A firebrand of a politician, Jim Ferlo has died.Ferlo was a longtime member of Pittsburgh City Council and fought passionately for the causes he believed in.One of those times was when he sat in front of a group of bulldozes when they arrived to tear down the old Syria Mosque.Ferlo served as the President of Pittsburgh City Council from 1994 to 1998 and then moved on to the State Senate in 2003, where he served until 2015."Jim was always somebody who was looking out for people he didn't feel were represented, the poor, the people on the margins of life. Jim was always looking out for those folks," said Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald."But it was from his heart though, that's what he believed. He wasn't afraid to come to Harrisburg and talk to our colleagues who were from different parts of the state and didn't understand what was taking place in urban settings like Pittsburgh," said Pa. Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Jay Costa.Governor Wolf has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in Ferlo's honor.Ferlo was 70 years old and was still active in local Democratic politics.

Greyhound passengers stranded in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Greyhound Bus passengers were stuck waiting to catch their bus out of Pittsburgh. Some riders had been stuck inside the terminal for hours, or in some cases, even days.Greyhound told KDKA that the issue arose from a network delay due to cancellations out of New York City.In return, that has impacted Pittsburgh and the departing passengers.One woman, who had been traveling since Thursday, said she spent hours in several different cities while trying to get to her destination.She's not the only one sharing these issues."It comes over the speakers that 'all buses are delayed until further notice...

5 players the Steelers were right to move on from in 2022

The Steelers had a busy offseason, and while moving on from players isn’t easy, the team was wise to part ways with these five options. The Steelers are just about done with the majority of their offseason moves, and they have constructed a very new-looking roster through this process. The team saw quite a few veterans depart through free agency, and while some of them left you lamenting their loss, others made a lot of sense. Here are the five players that the Steelers were right to move on from in 2022.

6-year-old shot in the head in Pennsylvania

Police in Pittsburgh say a six-year-old boy was shot in the head Sunday night. Pittsburgh police and EMS responded to the 400 block of Johnston Avenue for reports of a 6-year-old male who had suffered a gunshot wound to the head. The six-year-old was transported to the hospital in critical condition by medics. There are […]

Antonio Brown Reveals Who He Wants To Finish Career With

Antonio Brown knows who he wants to play with next for his NFL career. Brown wants to go back to the team that originally drafted him and play for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown last played for the Steelers in 2018 before he was traded to the Raiders. He requested a trade out of Pittsburgh after there was so much drama between him and the team.