The Bob Milby Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6450 donated $10,000 to the Hancock County Sheriff's Office toward the purchase of a new K9.
A man linked to four Pittsburgh-area bank robberies by his red beard, who then wore a fake red beard for two more, has pleaded guilty to all six heists.
Pennsylvania officials are warning residents that there is now a danger of Lyme disease in every county in the commonwealth.
A Philadelphia woman accused of dumping her quadriplegic son in the woods so she could visit her boyfriend in Maryland will be going back to her home state.
A man has been acquitted of murder in a slaying in central Pennsylvania two decades ago.
A central Pennsylvania woman wants a judge to overturn her conviction in a fatal crash prosecutors say happened minutes after she huffed computer dusting spray.
A Murray Energy subsidiary says it has temporarily idled an underground coal mine in Ohio County because of high water levels on the Ohio River.
Authorities in central Pennsylvania say a man was charged with criminal homicide in the stabbing death of a former girlfriend after her body was found in a shed at his home.
A Pennsylvania court says a legal challenge to the state's system of funding public schools involves political questions that don't belong in the courts.
The child of a Jefferson County couple charged with neglect after authorities learned the baby was not receiving cancer treatment passed away over the weekend.
A major investigation is underway regarding a private security officer at Union Local High School.
A judge has barred prosecutors from using two of three statements given to police by a man scheduled for retrial in a murder-for-hire case from two decades ago.
Pittsburgh is about to make it a whole cheaper and easier to bring home birds and bees.
Close to 400 hourly employees have been laid off as the result of high water levels impacting mining operations in Ohio County.
Pennsylvania's largest state-employee union is asking its 45,000 members to approve a one-year extension of their contract.
A judge has affirmed the right of Kentucky Power Company to purchase part of a West Virginia power plant.
Police are looking for clues of foul play after 15 to 20 dead dogs were found along the Ohio River near Pittsburgh.
A central Pennsylvania man accused of beating a woman and setting her on fire has been sentenced to four to eight years in prison in a plea deal.
West Virginia will received $5 million in emergency funds from the federal government to fix storm-damaged roads.
Police are searching for a suspect in a slaying in downtown Elkins.