Robert Edward Crissman, 38, of Templeton left the jail and ran toward Route 85 around 6:30 a.m., police said.
Pairing Soria with trio of Mark Melancon, Tony Watson and Jared Hughes would strengthen an already-solid back end of the bullpen.
If confirmed by the Senate, the trio would shore up a court that hasn't operated with a full complement of judges for years.
How much more “Game of Thrones”? Can “True Detective” be saved? Will “Curb Your Enthusiasm” ever return.
A songbook found at Pitt shows that “Happy Birthday” isn’t copyrighted, lawyers say, calling it the “smoking gun” in a long legal dispute.
A terrific space and a warm experience draw diners to this South Side stable; if only the food were better.
The agreement under consideration would assign names, branding and intellectual property rights of the restaurant and bakery to the city.
Under searing sun, the Steelers make contact with the reality of summer training camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe.
The chief and Mayor Bill Peduto met Wednesday with a woman who lost her pregnant daughter and son in two separate shootings.
The Jackson 5 is still the best of a bunch that includes Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync and One Direction.
Now down to four members, One Direction is working on new album, and then a hiatus might be in store.
A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
Worley started eight games earlier this season before moving to the bullpen in mid-May.
The Latino Family Center triples its size in its new Hazelwood home and hopes to serve more families as the Latino population grows.
Lots of music, a gaming festival, comedy and even a Regatta on tap for the coming weekend.
For several years, Sister Michele had been regularly visiting homeless people beneath bridges in Pittsburgh to bring food and socialize.
The budget impasse could stanch the flow of $33 million per month to human services providers, County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said.
Cornerback Cortez Allen is hopeful he can learn from a rough 2014 season and play a role in a rebuilt Steelers secondary.
State and local consumer protection agencies published a report showing the scope of the problem.
One of the nation’s most notorious spies, he sold thousands of classified documents to Israel and other countries.
After winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago, Gibsonia native Brandon Saad is ready for a new start with Columbus.
The vast majority of residents of Penn Plaza are poor, elderly and/or disabled,
The groups usually peak on the singles charts pretty quickly and often find their way back on the road after the breakup.
Singer who just kicked up some controversy will play two shows at the First Niagara Pavilion this weekend.
The Volkswagen Golf SportsWagen, the Subaru Outback and the Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring bring different strengths to the table.
Singer-songwriter behind the "Toy Story" songs does not take pride in his only solo hit, "Short People."
Pittsburgh police are searching for the gunman who fatally shot 27-year-old Deona Barnett on Tuesday night.
Steelers voted against the agreement giving Roger Goodell leeway as judge, jury and executioner of player conduct policy.
The Pirates left-hander was scratched due to neck tightness, and Worley gave up five runs and seven hits in four innings.
Greece on Thursday submitted a new package of proposed tax increases and pension system cuts to woo another European bailout.
U.S. House, like South Carolina’s legislature earlier, was riven Thursday by debate over Confederate symbols.
Russia is the single top national security threat to the United States, said Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr.
A statue honoring K-9 officers will be added to the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial located in the North Shore Riverfront Park.
Managers Clint Hurdle and Mike Matheny downplayed the importance of the four-game series between the Pirates and Cardinals.
Frank Smart’s Jan. 5 death was the result of a seizure disorder and his mother claims he did not receive medication to treat the condition.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to advance Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo’s nomination to the 3rd Circuit of Appeals.
The truth, his family members probably tell themselves, is more benign and less felonious than what they insist is a smear job in the media.
Brother Bernard Hartman was convicted of sexually assaulting two girls and a boy during the 1970s and 1980s in suburban Melbourne.
Walter Leput’s skill in training pigeons was put to use by the Army during World War II.
Semifinalist Sierra Ricci, 10, is optimistic about next year’s event.
Horses are effective therapy animals, and experts say that’s because both horses and humans interact socially and respond in similar ways.
Adriene Williams’ attorney said she had a difficult childhood. She “was taken in as a foster child and ran away from that environment.”