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Pirates pitcher Vance Worley shook off three bad starts and was borderline dominant over the Reds before a crowd of 38,023 at PNC Park.
Three other former draft picks were cut as well as some free agents who had been dark horses to make the team.
Rutgers University researchers say more than a third of workers report their finances have been permanently injured by the recession.
Jim Quinn and Rose Tennent posted on Twitter that they declined an offer to join WJAS-AM.
For the first time in the Paul Chryst era, Pitt started its season with a win — and an emphatic one at that.
The Steel City leans, if even just a bit, further left than the Mile High City. Yes, you read that right, er, correctly.
Drivers who have not prepaid will not even be allowed to enter the North Shore after 2 p.m.
West Hardies Road in Hampton, which has been closed since July 21, is scheduled to reopen tonight, weather permitting.
Democratic nominee for governor took a tour Friday of the Bidwell Training Center on the North Side.
West Virginia, pegged as 26-point underdogs, trailed by three points at halftime but Alabama held on for a 33-23 victory.
The Irish got everything they could have asked for as far as entertainment, and so did Penn State.
Residents who say township left them in the dark are appealing the McCandless council’s approval for a new Super Center.
Whatever our hopes may have been, China and Russia have been irresponsible since joining the WTO. And they are getting away with it.
This historic Fayette County home was built in 1789 by Albert Gallatin, U.S. secretary of the treasury to Presidents Jefferson and Madison.
Because trees last for decades, special care must be taken when selecting, planting and maintaining them during their lifetime.
And for his next trick: Pittsburgh’s Mike Super to compete in “America’s Got Talent” finals.
That opening credits couch gag from Banksy — as Homer would say “When did THAT happen?”
It’s high time the league pay musicians at the Super Bowl.
President Obama should be praised for careful strategizing on Ukraine and Syria.