The state Department of Environmental Protection is negotiating a "significant" fine with Sunoco Pipeline for thousands of gallons of drilling clay that a subcontractor spilled into several western Pennsylvania creeks.
Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries is recalling all of its products on the market after two samplings of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeriosis.
Three people will be sentenced in May on charges stemming from the slaying of a Charleston man.
The Pittsburgh Pirates game against the Chicago Cubs was delayed 23 minutes Monday night after a female fan behind home plate was hit in the back of the head by a ball off the bat of Starlin Castro.
By The Associated Press A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
Police in northwestern Pennsylvania say six boys ranging from 12 to 15 years old are facing charges after they ganged up on a woman, punched her in the face, then stole her wallet.
Procter & Gamble says the state's figures for its planned manufacturing facility in the Eastern Panhandle are wrong.
A Pennsylvania judge is considering whether to release video that police say shows an officer fatally shooting an unarmed man.
Crews are excavating the site of an underground mine fire in Marion County that has burned for several months.
Firefighters have rescued a family of three from a burning home in Pittsburgh's Beechview section.
A Pennsylvania man says he left a rifle-toting statute at a southern New Jersey gas station.
Wicked thunderstorms pelted central Pennsylvania with pea-sized hail, turned roadways into rivers and sent residents fleeing to their basement with menacing clouds, lightning and a tornado warning.
The Preston County Democratic Executive Committee has nominated three candidates to replace Delegate Larry A. Williams.
A former undercover agent has filed a defamation lawsuit against Pennsylvania's attorney general, alleging that she made false statements about his role in a sting.
A job fair for military veterans is set in Charleston.
A Martinsburg man has been arraigned on federal charges that he delivered heroin which caused a woman's death.
The University of Charleston is breaking ground on a replacement for its gymnasium this week.
High school students are getting a chance to learn about digital evidence at Marshall University.
Vice President Joe Biden and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will travel to Philadelphia to speak at a utility company.
Senator Joe Manchin's decision to remain in the U.S. Senate creates a wide-open race in 2016 for West Virginia's governor's seat. Pollster Mark Blankenship, of the Blankenship Enterprises Polling Firm, thinks potential Republican party candidates include West Virginia's Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, U.S. Representative David McKinley, and Senate President Bill Cole.