A Pittsburgh community activist awaiting trial in March on charges he and his family made more than 100 unnecessary 911 calls last year has been jailed because police say they've responded to 15 similar calls in recent...
President Barack Obama announced the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba on Wednesday and declared an end to America's "outdated approach" to the communist island in a historic shift aimed at ending a...
Billy Milligan, believed to be the first person to use a multiple personality disorder in an insanity defense, has died at age 59.
The former head of a coal company that ran the West Virginia mine where 29 men were killed in a 2010 explosion wants his criminal case moved and his trial delayed for a year.
Consumer grade fireworks would be legal to use in Ohio under legislation that barely cleared a House committee over the objections of opponents.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has reinstated the death sentence of a man who killed a church deacon as a teenager and later said the victim sexually abused him.
Pennsylvania's auditor general says the future of the nation's first historically black university is in doubt amid rising debt and falling revenue and enrollment.
Scores of defense attorneys in New York City and elsewhere are protesting the criminal justice system's handling of police killings of unarmed black men.
Bryce Einhorn carried a three-foot-tall noble fir and its green plastic stand out of LOVE Park and onto busy JFK Boulevard to hail a cab for home.
A Pennsylvania judge is being asked to make trustees account for money spent from a $210 million trust controlled by the late billionaire publisher of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Kentucky Power Company is seeking to raise customer electric rates to help it complete the purchase of a West Virginia power plant.
Police have taken at least three people into custody after responding to reports of a gun at a Philadelphia high school.
New corruption charges against two Democratic Philadelphia state lawmakers set off criticism of Attorney General Kathleen Kane over her refusal to prosecute the case.
A motions hearing was held in Beckley on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 in connection with federal charges against former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.
A northeast Ohio man accused of fatally shooting an off-duty Akron police officer at a bar has pleaded not guilty.
A federal grand jury in Charleston has charged the owners and officers of Freedom Industries with negligence.
Police say the body of a missing Summersville man has been found in the Gauley River.
A Bellaire man wanted for burglary was arrested by police over the weekend at a local business, but bonded out of jail and is back on the streets.
Officers are investigating a case of reported vandalism Wednesday at a local park in Bellaire. According to Bellaire Chief of Police Mike Kovalyk, Bellaire councilman Donald Maupin reported vandalism to the gazebo in the Village Park.
Sources confirm Luck's departure for "second in command" post at NCAA, official announcement expected later today.