A paramedic who responded to vehicle crashes on a western Pennsylvania highway has been struck and killed at the scene by a coal truck.
A Pennsylvania man faces 86 counts of invasion of privacy and one count of child pornography stemming from what detectives say was a years-long effort to videotape naked young women and post them on online porn websites.
A northeastern Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty to charges she was drunk, texting and under the influence of prescription pills when she crashed her SUV into a car and killed a Good Samaritan.
Lost that charger again for your cellphone or tablet? Hate sorting heaps of wires to charge various devices?
A faculty senate has voted no confidence in West Liberty University president, Robin Capehart, following accusations of ethics violations by the West Virginia Ethics Commission.
Classes at a Wyoming County school have been canceled following a fire.
More details of Gov. Tom Wolf's impending budget proposal are emerging.
Prosecutors are seeking an indictment against a Follansbee man accused of murdering his infant son.
The Supreme Court is considering limits on the type of evidence that can be used in child abuse cases, a move that could hamstring prosecutors in domestic violence trials.
Narcan stops an overdose. Some call it a miracle drug, a life saver, but not everyone is on board with that.
West Virginia State University is partnering with the University of Sharjah on an international health conference.
Pittsburgh police have been trying to find whoever broke the windows out of 29 parked vehicles on the city's North Side.
Addicts and their families face a tough road to recovery, but it's one they must deal with together.
Former NBA star Chris Herren returns to the Upper Ohio Valley Dec. 12 to share the story of his struggle with addiction with young people.
It was a shocking discovery by the Belmont County Drug Task Force, when they encountered the youngest heroin addict they have ever treated.
A local organization has partnered with the newly formed Drug Court in Ohio County, and is preparing their staff on how to identify and care for those affected by drug abuse. Employees from all 5 offices of Wellspring Services gathered in Wheeling Friday for a two day training on substance abuse assessment, treatment and after care. Wellspring Family Services is a division of Crittenton Services that is now the exclusive providers for the new juvenile drug court in Ohio County.
The drug problem in the Ohio Valley is becoming more prevalent every day, and on Wednesday, an important meeting looked at drug trends and what effect they are having on children in the area.
Drug use is a problem almost every local community faces, and local residents are joining a national group to raise awareness for the problem, and find ways to stop it. September is National Recovery Month and "Ignite the Night: Lights for Hope, Lights for Change" is a vigil being held by a group called Change Addiction Now. It is a remembrance for those suffering from addiction, and those who have passed. Organizers hope the vigil will be a guiding light for families and addicts. Mark Watson...
It's a first for Ohio County, a juvenile drug court program aimed at getting kids clean and off of drugs or alcohol. The multi-faceted program involves counseling, family sessions, drug testing and court appearances.
Police in State College say they've used a Taser for the first time.