Police say a Long Island man set his rental car ablaze while trying to kill bedbugs inside the vehicle.
There's a new social director at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
A judge has refused to downgrade charges against three people accused of beating a gay couple on a Philadelphia street in September.
A new trailer for"Star Wars: The Force Awakens"debuted Thursday as thousands of fans flooded Anaheim, California, for the annual Star Wars Celebration. See it here.
The company that makes Aquafresh toothpaste and Tums antacid tablets is closing its Pittsburgh-area operations and cutting 274 jobs by year's end.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is expected to announce that he's running to challenge U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey's re-election bid, creating the potential for a contested Democratic Party primary in 2016.
The Belmont County Drug Task Force started their day with a raid of an alleged drug house, at a home on Dorer Street in West Bellaire.
A Florida truck driver has been released from jail after paying an $8,500 fine for driving an overweight rig onto a narrow Pennsylvania street.
Water in the City of McMechen will be shut off at 3:15 p.m. Thursday in order to repair a water line break.
The NFL has reinstated Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, clearing the way for him to return after missing most of last season while facing child abuse charges in Texas.
An Ohio man is accused of plotting to commit terrorism in the U.S. after traveling to Syria for terrorist training.
A walk along a mountain trail in a national park in southern West Virginia turned harrowing for two teen siblings who were injured after tumbling down a cliff.
A Kanawha County man faces up to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of killing his daughter and wounding his son.
A construction worker has died days after he was shocked by a 30,000-volt cable at a suburban Philadelphia shopping mall that's one of the largest in the U.S.
A former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice has finally mailed apology letters to every other judge in the state as part of her criminal sentence for using her state-paid staff to run her political campaigns.
While considering a bid for governor, Republican Congressman David McKinley added almost $154,000 to his federal campaign account to start the year.
Three community and technical colleges have received state approval to develop new technical programs.
A candidate who received the largest single campaign contribution reported so far in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court race says the $500,000 will allow him to compete in the May 19 Republican primary.
One organization is hoping to bring more beauty to the community, through the Belmont County Reutilization Corporation.
Two out of three judges on a federal appeals court panel are expressing doubts about a legal challenge to the Obama administration's far-reaching plan to address climate change.