Pittsburgh City Council is seeking to restrict the flight of drones and other aerial activities from city parks and playgrounds due to growing privacy and safety concerns.
FirstEnergy Corp. is still exploring options to ship coal ash from a Shippingport power plant even after the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection gave the company permission to use a former power plant site.
Republican leaders and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf aren't rushing to restart meetings, one day after the governor's tax plan was soundly defeated in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
A man who landed a gyrocopter on the West Lawn of the Capitol as part of a protest against the influence of big money in politics says he rejected a plea deal that would strip him of his right to vote.
A second-grade teacher accused of killing her husband by striking him with her car while their two children watched in horror got her job back Thursday. Angela Luke, 40, was suspended after being charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and reckless homicide in the death of 42-year-old Daniel Luke
After investigating reports of sexual abuse, state regulators are ordering the closure of a western Pennsylvania facility that treats children and teenagers diagnosed with mental health conditions.
A Pittsburgh community activist who finished a distant fourth in the 2013 Democratic mayoral primary has been sentenced to 3½ to 7 years in state prison for making more than 100 bogus 911 calls from his home.
A university in northeastern Pennsylvania has become the latest school to rescind an honorary degree it granted Bill Cosby.
An environmental activist group is suing ArcelorMittal for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act by showering nearby residents with soot and other pollutants from a western Pennsylvania coke plant on hundreds of occasions.
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Throughout the month of October, 7News has teamed up with CNS Logistics to teach your kids to "Be a buddy, not a Bully".
A group of security companies have agreed to the first-ever collective bargaining agreement covering hundreds of security guards who patrol dozens of buildings in Pittsburgh.
One of the three Americans who helped thwart a terror attack on a train in France over the summer, was repeatedly stabbed in California.
West Virginia Lottery Director John Musgrave is retiring after serving for more than 19 years.
Several residents woke up to find their homes targeted by vandals in Center Wheeling.
There's continuing concern from some people in Jefferson County over the animal shelter, mostly dealing with when the shelter is considered too full to accept any more animals.
By the Associated Press A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Thursday.
Richard Shearer, the longest-serving president of Alderson-Broaddus University, has died. He was 95.
Oregon Institute of Technology President Chris Maples could be leaving, as he is one of three finalists for the top job at Marshall University in West Virginia.
No injuries were reported in a small fire that interrupted classes at a Philadelphia public high school.