A coroner has ruled that a 94-year-old woman whose body was found in the driveway of a northeastern Ohio assisted living facility died of hypothermia caused by exposure to the cold.
The commissioners of a central Pennsylvania County have asked their solicitor to hire a special prosecutor to investigate allegations that the district attorney forged a judge's order.
Philadelphia police say a passenger was killed when an out-of-control SUV slammed into concrete steps in the city's Holmesburg section.
The Allegheny County Health Department says 15 people have now died from the flu in the Pittsburgh area, but that this season's outbreak seems to be slowing down.
The American Lung Association says West Virginia isn't making much progress on tobacco control.
By The Associated Press A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Wednesday:
The city of Columbus is hoping hockey fans aren't the only ones getting a boost from the 2015 NHL All-Star weekend.
Charles Town police say a man suspected of fatally shooting one person and wounding another killed himself following a police chase.
A Philadelphia philanthropist is giving $50 million to the city's renowned children's hospital.
Vice President Joe Biden says "I think I could do a good job" as president but says it's too soon to say if he'll try to succeed Barack Obama.
Police in northeastern Ohio are looking for someone they say has been making mischief with a sling shot and marbles.
Some residents of a west side Cleveland suburb are concerned about a plan to replace the local hospital with a health center and emergency room.
A suspended Huntington firefighter has been sentenced to seven months in jail on drunken driving and other charges.
A shooting outside Pittsburgh left one person dead and two people critically wounded.
An Ohio air force base is getting a "monster" $30 million super computer to meet a growing demand among scientists and researchers for high-speed computing power.
A suburban Philadelphia school district has ousted its controversial superintendent and replaced her with the former administrator it paid $900 a day to monitor her performance.
A dose of winter weather is delaying the start of school in parts of Ohio with a freezing rain advisory in the eastern part of the state and one to three inches of snow predicted around Cleveland.
A Cincinnati highway is open again to traffic as an investigation continues into the deadly overpass accident that killed a worker and injured a truck driver.
Two Philadelphia police officers were injured in a 3-car crash as they rushed a gunshot victim to the hospital.
A convicted Ohio juvenile court judge is expected back in court as prosecutors prepare a new trial on eight felony charges that jurors couldn't reach a unanimous verdict on last year.