Jerome Bettis surprises kids at Carnegie Boys & Girls Club with toys from their Christmas listsFormer Steelers running back Jerome Bettis surprised 100 children when his The Bus Stops Here Foundation pulled up to the Carnegie Boys & Girls Club for a holiday party Friday evening. The Pro Football Hall of Famer presented the children with toys or apparel from their Christmas wish lists.
She didn't take Le'Veon Bell to prom, but this teenage girl got the next best thingAva Tarantino was invited onto the field before the Steelers-Packers game Sunday to meet Le'Veon Bell, and the star running back gave the teenage girl a football. Living in the heart of Green Bay Packers country in Wisconsin, Ava is a self-described "huge Steelers fan" who asked Bell to her high school prom about six months ago. "He accepted, if I got 600 retweets -- and I got 2,000," she said.
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Campus shooting update that put Penn State Beaver on lockdown today:
State Police say this was a domestic dispute that turned deadly when the estranged husband lured the victim (an employee on campus) into the parking lot https://t.co/Y1r0iihn0u
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