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Gerrit Cole allowed two home runs in the sixth inning in the loss to Cincinnati; the Pirates had won the suspended game earlier, 8-7.
Residents, parents, alumni and students braved the chilly weather for a community event in the wake of last Wednesday's stabbings.
The White House is refocusing a $500 million grant program on job training programs that involve partnerships with regional employers.
The payoff for students in the Downtown university’s School of Communication is they get professional experience in a for-credit class.
A sculpture by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
Bill Stolze may be the first to test the market on a stretch of riverfront long considered a prime spot for residential development.
Sgt. Chad Adams felt it was important to publicize his undercover assignment, if only to deter the suspect.
The College Board announced the changes in March but today released detailed explanations and specifications, including sample questions.
John Gaisford worked in a mobile army surgical hospital in the Pacific theater and wrote a book about it.
The Penguins have considerably more playoff experience than Columbus, but they aren't counting on an easy first-round series.
With spring practice now wrapped up, coach Paul Chryst is eager to see how his team approaches the next stage of the offseason.
Koppers expects the $460 million acquisition of Osmose units to boost its positions in wood treatment products and railroad services.
Estimates of the severity of the bug's damage have mounted almost daily since researchers announced the discovery of Heartbleed last week.
The director goes crazier with color palette, bigger with global environmental message for film adding Andy Garcia, Bruno Mars voices.
Renovations are ahead of schedule, and theaters will reopen with stadium seating, new projection, sound system and lobby improvements.
The Defense Department’s Africa Command, created in 2008, continues to expand U.S. military activities in Africa.
The company is seeking PUC approval for what is referred to as “call and demand” taxi service.