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Mason Rudolph Reached Out to New Steelers DT Larry Ogunjobi

The history between Mason Rudolph and new Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi is well documented. The two were once involved in the Myles Garret helmet incident, but three years later, that seems to be in the past. During an appearance on SiriusXM Movin' The Chain, Ogunjobi said several members...
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Turtle Creek man facing charges for file-sharing network of child pornography

TURTLE CREEK (KDKA) - A man from Turtle Creek is facing charges for thousands of pictures and hundreds of videos of child pornography. Richard Montgomery faces more than 30 felony charges. Investigators found a file-sharing network with the files for public download. They said they traced the network back to Montgomery's computer. He was arrested in April and told investigators that he specifically looks for young girls of a certain age.

Pittsburgh Weather: Scattered storm chances kick-off Fourth of July Weekend

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - If you've checked in with NOAA's Storm Prediction Center, you are aware that we technically have a marginal storm risk today. The risk of storms peaks Saturday morning around sunrise but they still consider this time 'Day 1' with a 6 a.m. cutoff. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Closings & Delays | Submit Your Weather PhotosToday will see plenty of morning sunshine, and partly to mostly cloudy skies for the afternoon.  There will be a chance for isolated to scattered rain and storms through the day.  Right now it looks like your storm chance will be highest...

Dan’s Daily: Big Names Hit NHL Trade Block, Penguins Contract Talk

And here we go. The NHL trade market received a jolt with a few big names hitting the scene including a potential top-pair defenseman. Sorry, Pittsburgh Penguins fans, he’s a lefty. The Edmonton Oilers will be shopping Jesse Puljujarvi who apparently just doesn’t like being with the Edmonton Oilers (again). The Detroit Red Wings have a new coach, the Boston Bruins will, too. The Washington Capitals hired their first female assistant coach. And Dave Molinari writes the Penguins cannot pay Kris Letang and Evgeni Malkin based on the past.

It’s officially Pittsburgh Steelers month!

No, it doesn’t mean that summer is half over. I know this is a popular saying around this time of year, but unless fall begins on like July 10th or whatever (the first day of summer was June 21), the math just doesn’t add up. For the purposes...

Bombs Away! New waterslide debuts at Sandcastle on Friday

WEST HOMESTEAD, Pa. — Sandcastle Waterpark in West Homestead is opening its newest waterslide on Friday. The slide is called Bombs Away. According to Sandcastle, sliders will step into an enclosed capsule and, without warning, the floor beneath their feet abruptly disappears. That sends sliders twisting and turning down 300 feet as it speeds up to 26 feet per second.

Logan Cooley's hockey journey: From 'Little Penguin' to top 2022 NHL draft prospect

Growing up in Pittsburgh as an Alex Ovechkin fan wasn't always easy for Logan Cooley. "I definitely got a lot of hate for that," said Cooley, an 18-year-old center for the U.S. National Development team and a top 2022 NHL draft prospect. "I was a big Ovechkin fan. Loved the way he played. Loved the way he scored goals. I just saw him on the Caps and became a big Capitals fan."

4 players that the Steelers must be building itself around

The Steelers have lost some key building blocks over the past few seasons, but these four players could become the next core players to build this team around. The Steelers have seen a huge shift in their roster over the past few seasons. Gone are the stalwart franchise players from before and in are a new breed of players. While this roster still has a lot of questions, there are some players that can become the next man up in terms of core players for this team. Here are the four players that the Steelers can rely on as building blocks in the future.

Summer School 2022: New and different programs aim to address pandemic learning loss

Some districts in Allegheny County have created summer programs in response to pandemic learning loss, while others have adjusted existing efforts. The post Summer School 2022: New and different programs aim to address pandemic learning loss appeared first on PublicSource. PublicSource is a nonprofit news organization serving the Pittsburgh region. Visit to read more.

Pittsburgh Outslugs Brewers, Wins 8-7

The Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates Thursday night 8-7 at PNC Park. Milwaukee scored three times in the ninth inning to make it close but still lost to the Pirates for the first time in nine meetings. Andrew McCutchen stayed hot for the Brewers going three-for-four with a...