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1.Faneca facing reality with Dolphins' Porter
 Surely, Alan Faneca experienced a hefty dose of reality when he came face-to-face with former teammate and current Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter.

2.Steelers splash past Dolphins
 The Steelers overcame a sluggish offensive effort and bad weather to beat the Miami Dolphins, 3-0, in front of 57,704 fans at soggy Heinz Field.

3.Heinz Field surface 'like a beach'
 About two hours before Monday night's game against the Miami Dolphins, Steelers kicker Jeff Reed looked at the freshly resodded Heinz Field playing surface and said, "It (stinks)."

4.Tomlin doesn't dwell on field conditions
 "I am not going to get caught up in or dwell on the condition of the field," the Steelers coach said today at his weekly news conference.

5.Notebook: Steelers' Smith out for Dolphins game
 The eight-year veteran was not listed as an injury scratch and was not with the other Steelers players that were inactive for the game and in the Heinz Field press box.

6.Pens' Armstrong, Crosby happy together
 It's hard to imagine Sidney Crosby without Colby Armstrong nearby. Most recently, coach Michel Therrien has Armstrong playing the right wing on a line with Crosby and left wing Ryan Malone.

7.Art Rooney II: Steelers will consider artificial turf
 The surface at Heinz Field has again become an issue since it was almost unplayable Monday night in the Steelers' 3-0 win over the Miami Dolphins.

8.Redskins safety Taylor dies one day after being shot in leg
 Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor died early today, a day after the Pro Bowl player was shot at home by what police say was an intruder. He was 24.

9.Shooting resonates at Allegheny County Courthouse
 Allegheny County court reporter, mother of 3, remains in Allegheny General Hospital.

10.Facing WVU motivates Pitt
 The details are a blur, but the memory of a Backyard Brawl victory over West Virginia in Morgantown remains fresh in Pitt coach Dave Wannstedt's mind.

11.3 establishments cited for liquor law violations
 Three area establishments have been cited by the state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement for alleged liquor law violations.

12.Steelers splash past Dolphins
 The Steelers overcame a sluggish offensive effort and bad weather to beat the Miami Dolphins, 3-0, in front of 57,704 fans at soggy Heinz Field.

13.Marking Three Rivers memories
 State plaque marks the site of the former Three Rivers Stadium.

14.3 local companies on least-taxes-paid list
 Allegheny Energy, U.S. Steel and Consol make BusinessWeek's top 100.

15.Home invaders devastate elderly, disabled man
 The church bell-ringer fears another attack at his Buena Vista home.

16.Guard Fields nearly flawless for Pitt
 While Pitt junior Levance Fields looks as good as any point guard in the Big East, Boston University is struggling without its injured floor leader.

17.Westmoreland campground killing appears justified: police
 The state police investigator in the Aug. 17 shooting death of an Allegheny County man at a Derry Township campground said that evidence collected to date indicates the shooting "points to self-defense."

18.Pirates name Long hitting coach
 Don Long, the Philadelphia Phillies minor-league hitting coordinator the past nine seasons, has been named hitting coach of the Pirates.

19.No. 2 WVU will try harder
 Given the nature of this season, when the only constant has been upsets involving top-five teams, West Virginia coach Rich Rodriguez isn't taking anything for granted.

20.Crosby still leading Eastern Conference vote-getter
 For the second straight week, Sidney Crosby remains the leading vote-getter for the NHL All-Star Game.





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