The Republican-run Legislature is sending a repeal of an energy portfolio to Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.
Further investigation by the Morgantown Police Department involving the death of West Virginia University student Nolan Burch has revealed that Burch, along with 19 other fraternity pledges of Kappa Sigma, were participating in an initiation function referred to as "Big-Little" the night of the incident, according to Morgantown Chief of Police Ed Preston.
The car belonging to a Georgia couple who disappeared after traveling to meet a man claiming to sell a classic auto has been found in a lake with two bodies inside.
Democrats in the Ohio House are calling for a fair tax structure, investments in education, health care access and increased support for local governments.
Authorities say a teenage murder suspect who escaped from police custody at a western Ohio hospital and allegedly kidnapped a 70-year-old woman before his capture has been charged with new counts.
A family in northern Ohio says a man trying to break into their home left behind a trail of blood after meeting their dog at the front door.
Gov. Tom Wolf gave an impromptu audience to parents of children who are suffering daily from debilitating seizures and is vowing to sign a medical marijuana bill that senators are writing.
House Republicans plan to vote to authorize legal action against President Barack Obama over his executive actions on immigration.
Youth Services System received a $25,000 donation from a long-time board member who is now board president of YSS.Marc Abraham, owner of the CPA firm of Abraham and Company, along with his son Michael Abraham, presented the check at a news conference at the YSS office in East Wheeling.YSS was founded 40 years ago by the late Ron Mulholland.The current executive director, John Moses, recalls that Mulholland always said they should never become complacent.And Moses says they haven't.They have c...
A key prosecution witness has taken the stand against a northeastern Pennsylvania man charged in the 2002 strangulation deaths of a pharmacist and the pharmacist's girlfriend.
Shoe prints in snow helped police outside Philadelphia catch a pair of burglary suspects they've been calling a suburban Bonnie and Clyde.
By SETH BORENSTEIN and GEOFF MULVIHILL Associated Press In the wild world of winter weather, location is everything. So small last minute changes in the air morphed what was supposed to be crippling feet...
By The Associated Press A look at some snowfall totals across the Northeast as of Tuesday morning after a massive winter storm:
House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'-nuhr) acknowledges that there've been "a couple of stumbles" in the opening weeks of the new Republican-run Congress.
A West Virginia Senate panel is considering requiring lawmakers to approve state plans to comply with proposed federal carbon emission standards for coal-fired power plants.
U.S. consumer confidence shot up in January to the highest level since August 2007.
Abraham Company PLLC, Certified Public Accountants donated $25,000 to Youth Services System in Wheeling to assist in their role of working with young people.
A Charles Town company and state regulators have agreed to resolve pollution violations at construction sites in Hardy and Jefferson counties.
A report says police departments made 98 arrests last year during human trafficking investigations in Ohio, identifying 181 potential victims.
A coalition of fraternal and veterans organizations says electronic raffle machines operated by those groups brought in millions of dollars for Ohio charities during the past several years.