Republicans who control the Ohio Legislature announced a slew of legislative priorities Wednesday as Gov. John Kasich prepares to release his two-year budget next week. A look at some of the plans of the House and Senate...
Gov. Tom Wolf plans to nominate fill-ins to take two vacant state Supreme Court seats until new justices are elected in November and sworn in.
The nation's largest prepaid mobile provider, TracFone, will pay $40 million to settle government claims that it misled smart phone customers with promises of unlimited data service. The Federal Trade Commission says TracFone promised unlimited data in its advertising, but then drastically slowed or even cut off consumers' mobile data after they hit a certain limit.
This past weekend, two more people died from heroin overdoses.While friends and family are mourning their loss, these types of incidents are now happening every week and authorities say it's continuing to get worse.
The Air Force says it is investigating an allegation that a two-star general told lower-ranking officers that passing information to Congress about the capabilities of the A-10 attack aircraft is tantamount to treason. The alleged comment by Maj. Gen. James Post has angered members of Congress, including senators opposed to the Air Force's effort to retire the A-10 fleet as a cost-cutting measure.
A suspended suburban Philadelphia high school band director has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 14-year-old student.
Attorneys for a woman charged in the northeastern Pennsylvania shooting deaths of a father and son are asking a judge to bar prosecutors from mentioning her animal cruelty conviction.
State lawmakers have approved a bill letting companies transfer oil and natural gas horizontal drilling well permits.
A Georgia prosecutor says her office never promised immunity to one of four filmmakers charged in a fatal train crash that occurred during shooting of a biographical movie about singer Gregg Allman. Hillary Schwartz was an assistant director on the film "Midnight Rider" when a freight train plowed into the crew in southeast Georgia last February.
Penn State's president on Wednesday dismissed the university-commissioned review by former FBI director Louis Freeh of how top administrators handled complaints about Jerry Sandusky as "not useful to make decisions."
An Indiana man who pleaded guilty to threatening to kill U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has been sentenced to four years of probation.
Officials in a suburban Philadelphia community are investigating a report that two teenagers shoveling snow were stopped by police and told they needed a permit.
A former state senator from western Pennsylvania is the new chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.
A North Texas school district is investigating after about two dozen elementary students had to pull their pants down when feces were found on a gym floor.
The Supreme Court has ordered Oklahoma to postpone lethal injections executions using a controversial sedative until the court rules in a challenge involving the drug.
The governors of Ohio and Kentucky on Wednesday proposed a 50 percent discount on tolls for people who frequently commute across the Ohio River in an effort to accelerate plans to replace a decaying bridge that has become...
Branson AirExpress is set this spring to start flights from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to destinations including New Orleans and cities in Missouri and Mexico.
It's not a mirage: Rita's Italian Ice is bringing its cool treats to the desert.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is investigating the death of a 2-year-old at a Mingo Junction home. Authorities said the child had bruises from head to toe and appeared to have been beaten to death.
A man convicted in the murder of a man whose body was found in a sport utility vehicle at the bottom of a northeastern Pennsylvania ravine is appealing his life sentence.