Francisco Liriano hit the first home run of his 10-year career as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-5.
Miguel Angel Jimenez eagled the par-5 18th hole to tie Colin Montgomerie for the second-round lead in the Shaw Charity Classic.
Payback was sweet for the Japanese star, Kei Nishikori after beating Marin Cilic at the Citi Open.
The Arizona toddler received a special trip here to make her dream come true, thanks to Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Joey Logano won the NASCAR Xfinity race at Watkins Glen International, outdueling Penske Racing teammate Brad Keselowski.
Donald Trump opened his mouth again and found the door closed to him Saturday at a high-profile gathering of conservative activists.
Justin Rose’s 7-under 63 gave him a share of the lead with Jim Furyk going into the final round at the Bridgestone Invitational.
Get ready for the Thrilla in Rio.
The 18-year-old American virtually raced herself at the world swimming championships, and she was unbeatable.
Ten people have died in the largest Legionnaires’ outbreak in city history.
The gold jackets roaming the sideline during Sunday night’s Hall of Fame game will be the latest members of the NFL’s Who’s Who.
After being a long time assistant coach, Pat Narduzzi is excited about his first season as head coach of Pittsburgh University.
Olympic gold medalist Misty May-Treanor’s return to the AVP tour has been more of a reunion than a comeback.
A robber in a Halloween mask is caught on camera robbing a laundromat in New York.
Polka music and the aroma of ethnic food fill the air in Sharon this weekend.
Three Pennsylvania Supreme Court candidates were in Mercer County Saturday morning drumming up support for the November election.
Salem police have detained a suspect in connection to an early Saturday morning shooting.
Obama left Washington on Friday with the first lady and daughter Sasha for a 17-day island retreat.
Medical examiners ruled baby Rizwan Ahmad’s death a homicide, but police haven’t publicly detailed how they believe he died.
Most of the estimated 1,200 people forced from their homes by the July 29 blaze have been allowed back.
Watts remains a common reference point when protests against police turn violent.
Secret waiting lists have been reported at other VA medical centers, according to U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller.