A Cleveland jury is deliberating on whether to recommend the death sentence for a man convicted of killing three women and wrapping their bodies in garbage bags.
Police say a Facebook post led to the arrest of a person wanted in a hit-and-run accident that left a member of a road construction crew injured.
Fayette County Commission officials have filed a lawsuit against the state Board of Education and the state School Building Authority, accusing them of failing to fund a consolidation plan for the facilities of...
Authorities say a suburban Philadelphia man molested three children in the basement of his parents' home.
A massive police chase that spanned two local counties and involved several police departments lands one man behind bars.
A Pennsylvania couple faces charges after investigators say they provided alcohol to two teenagers who died last summer after a sport utility vehicle they were in hit a utility pole, flipped and burst into flames.
State police have identified the body of a man who apparently drowned while trying to swim across a reservoir about 30 miles north of Pennsylvania's state capital.
Police say a man arrested on federal charges escaped FBI custody in Cincinnati and is on the run.
A northeast Ohio police officer will avoid jail but must serve a year of probation for beating a man last spring following a police charity event in Cleveland.
Birders and nature lovers can participate in nature walks, presentations and activities during the annual Canaan Valley Birding Festival next month in Davis.
A Maryland judge is considering requests to limit the evidence a jury would hear in a wrongful death lawsuit involving a Frostburg State University football player who suffered a fatal head injury during practice in 2011.
Annie Glenn, the wife of former U.S. senator and astronaut John Glenn, is among the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame's latest inductees.
An Ohio minister convicted of sexually assaulting a juvenile and an adult who were members of his congregation and another juvenile has been sentenced to life in prison.
Ohio lawmakers have voted to scrap a cap on alcohol content for beer, in a move to allow craft brewers the freedom to make boozier beers.
State officials are set to announce Ohio's unemployment rate and other jobs data for last month.
According to data released by the United States Attorney's Office, 92 percent of teens are online at least one time every day, and 71 percent of them use more than one social media site.
A Boston man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for running a cross country sex trafficking operation and attempting to have a witness testifying against him killed.
The Keg and Kraut building has been sitting empty for a decade. But now a pair of developers plan to turn that building into a brick oven pizza restaurant. Andrew Yetter and Mark Kennison are business partners from Washington, Pennsylvania. One was a chef, the other was in construction. And together they believe in historic preservation, not demolition.
Two gay men attacked and beaten in Philadelphia are suing three of their attackers for damages.
The Mountaineer Highway Interdiction Team confiscated 600 bags of heroin during a traffic stop this morning, said Clarksburg Police Chief Robert Hilliard.