Pennsylvania's governor argues in a new court filing that he has nearly unlimited power to grant reprieves to death row inmates, and he's urging the state Supreme Court to deny a challenge to his use of that...
The Ohio Department of Transportation Eastern Ohio District 11 announced today that the I-70 West Bound on-ramp at Marion Street in Bridgeport will be open to traffic by the end of the day, allowing resurfacing work to begin on US 40 between Blaine and Bridgeport.US 40 traffic will be maintained with flag crews during resurfacing.
A suburban Philadelphia photographer and disc jockey has been charged with assaulting a second woman who went to his home for a supposed modeling photography session.
Sarah Oropeza grabbed whatever she could find to break a window and save a toddler trapped in a sweltering car in Kansas as temperatures reached triple digits on Saturday, CBS affiliate KCTV reports.
Bill Cosby has been cut from a documentary about black stuntmen.
Police in Cameron are investigating after a stabbing Tuesday morning.
Gov. Tom Wolf's top aide is still deciding whether to run for U.S. Senate as other Democrats report that she's seriously considering it and seeking advice.
An ethics complaint against West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis has been dismissed.
The last visible feature of a suburban Pittsburgh mall that appeared in George Romero's 1978 zombie classic, "Dawn of the Dead," is being given new life.
An eastern Pennsylvania judge has lifted a stay of execution for a man convicted of a quadruple murder five years ago.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office has received a letter from Pennsylvania's top two Republican lawmakers seeking an investigation of Planned Parenthood after the release of an undercover video showing its...
Pennsylvania's Democratic Party chairman says he's stepping down, a year after a fight with Gov. Tom Wolf over the job.
A jury has been picked for next month's trial of a central Pennsylvania man charged with using a prison computer to email threats to bomb the county courthouse and disrupt the local water supply.
A summer's worth of work is coming together for teens helping other kids learn to live a drug and alcohol free life.It's a way for area teens who already recognize the importance of remaining drug free to share lessons with the kids there.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) says he has experience with the federal budget, national security and running a state, and that will make him unique in the Republican presidential field.Kasich today is formally joining 15 other Republicans running for the party's presidential nomination.
Authorities say a man was shot by police after a chase through several suburban Philadelphia municipalities.
A federal court has rejected the appeal of two former prosecutors hoping to dismiss a civil rights lawsuit filed by a man who spent nearly a quarter-century in prison before his double-murder conviction was overturned.
A pet store in Robinson Township is facing criticism after a Facebook post from a former employee about alleged animal abuse went viral on Monday. In the Facebook post, former employee Katelyn Cerciello wrote that the reason she quit her job at Petland pet store after one month of employment was because she "couldn't watch the owner, refuse vet care for sick puppies anymore."
Federal officials have determined a parolee who'd been convicted of murder in Ohio and violated probation in 1983 lived under an assumed identity in Pennsylvania for 26 years and died in 2011.
The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School is cutting 43 jobs out of roughly 700 full- and part-time positions as it restructures to deal with declining enrollment and increased competition from school districts offering their...