Runners are blurred by a slow camera shutter speed as they begin the 2015 Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon on Sunday, May 3, 2015.
Runners await the start of the 2015 Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon
Hand cyclists at the start of the 2015 Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.
Stephen Njoroge of Kenya approaches the finish line.
A runner cools off in the mist of an open fire hydrant.
Emergency personnel rush a 25-year-old runner who collapsed just shy of the finish line after suffering cardiac arrest. The medics performed CPR and used a defibrillator to restart his heart.
Clara Santucci of Dilliner, Green County, won the Pittsburgh Marathon women's race for the second straight year.
Stephen Njoroge of Kenya wins the Pittsburgh marathon men's race.
Stephen Njoroge of Kenya, wrapped in the Kenyan flag, walks away from the finish line after winning the 2015 Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon on Sunday, May 3, 2015.
This month, the world marked the 60th anniversary of Jonas Salk's polio vaccine. Ten years ago I traveled to India on assignment for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review to document what was believed to be India's final efforts to eradicate the disease. Unfortunately, it wasn't. It took the country another eight years to finally be considered polio-free by the World Health Organization. This is a collection of some of my images from that trip in 2005.
To read 'An Unfinished Miracle,' the reporting by my colleagues, Jennifer Bails and Luis Fábregas visit the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
October Twisdale, 6, of New Castle, Delaware peers out of a telephone booth after Captain America gave him a cape during the Capes4Heros event at the Ronald McDonald House of Pittsburgh in Lawrenceville on Wednesday evening, March 18, 2015. Capes4Heros hosted a superhero celebration and distributed 150 capes to children facing life-threatening challenges.
Sandy Brown, 61, poses for a portrait in her Saxonburg home on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Brown had breast cancer surgery in December. On the day before surgery, she received a call from the hospital asking for payment or else they would cancel the procedure. Read Luis Fabragas' story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Bryan Keller, 4, of Farrell, PA flexes his muscles with WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan as the professional wrestler visits with patients and their families at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC on Monday afternoon, March 9, 2015. The WWE Superstars and Divas visited the hospital as part of "Conner's Cure," an organization named in honor of Conner Michalek who passed away at age 8 from medulloblastoma, a rare tumor that affects the brain and spinal cord. "Conner's Cure" provides funds for pediatric brain and spinal cancer research and medical care for children and their families.