State police have charged a Pennsylvania man with having sex with a minor based on answers he allegedly gave during a polygraph pretest while applying to become a state trooper.
The Democrats still don't have a city for their 2016 presidential nominating convention, but they now have dates.
A former suburban Philadelphia volunteer firefighter has been arrested on charges he lured, groomed and sexual assaulted 14 children ranging in age from 8 to 14 years old.
A college student detained at an airport over Arabic language flashcards that included the word "bomb" has won a $25,000 settlement from the federal government.
A retired Pennsylvania Turnpike worker has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for having another since-retired co-worker email sexually explicit pictures of a 12-year-old girl to him.
A northern Ohio school superintendent has been accused of blocking a drug investigation at a middle school.
A western Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to a year's probation for crimes his defense attorney says the man can't recall since a brain injury suffered in a car accident.
A trooper says he initially suspected the parents of a missing northeastern Pennsylvania pharmacist helped him and his girlfriend vanish.
Slippery Rock University has gotten state approval to pursue a graduate degree program for physician assistants who would be trained to work in rural areas with special needs patients.
More than $12 million in federal funding is heading to 14 infrastructure projects in West Virginia. Gov. Earl Ray Tomlin announced the Small Cities Block Grants on Thursday, adding that more than $27 million in other government funding will be used to support those projects.
A Coal producer has withdrawn its request to the state to allow it to mine under a portion of a park in eastern Ohio.
Police say a central Pennsylvania man watched as his girlfriend raped a 12-year-old boy and then had sex with her in front of the boy.
Goodyear is recalling about 48,500 SUV tires after finding small cracks in the tread during endurance testing.
Ohio's unemployment rate has dropped to 4.8 percent, its lowest since September 2001 and the fourth consecutive monthly decrease.
The man who calls himself the executive director of Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records is on the job - and so is the agency's acting executive director.
A National Park Service official who managed the development of the Flight 93 Memorial in southwestern Pennsylvania has been promoted to a job in Washington, D.C.
As the bill is currently written, current party chairmen would be "grandfathered in," and allowed to continue to serve as lobbyists.
Authorities say a deputy fire chief in Ohio and a store owner were held at gunpoint during a robbery that happened just after firefighters put out a fire in the building.
Pennsylvania's jobless rate fell by three-tenths of a percentage point in December for the third straight month, as payrolls crept higher.
A coal producer has withdrawn its request to the state to allow it to mine under a portion of a park in eastern Ohio.