A Wheeling man accused of hitting his girlfriend over the head with a lamp is facing a domestic battery charge.
The K9 Division at the Steubenville Police Department just received a generous donation from an organization the be able to afford a bite suit.
Over 130 special needs students from across Marshall County gathered for their favorite day of the year, the Special Olympics, held at John Marshall High School.
A mining company says two of its employees remain hospitalized a day after an accident at an underground limestone mine in western Pennsylvania.
A federal appeals court has granted a motion from prosecutors that gives them until at least July 22 to decide whether to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate Barry Bonds' obstruction of justice conviction.
Gov. Tom Wolf's administration has begun posting details of the expenses claimed for reimbursement by his top staff and Cabinet officials.
Martins Ferry fire officials say an overnight fire there is considered to be a case of arson.They say the house at 328 North Zane Highway was discovered burning at 3 a.m.When firefighters arrived, they say there was heavy fire in the rear of the house.They say no one had lived there for years, and there was no electric or gas service connected.An investigation is under way involving Martins Ferry Fire and Police departments, the Ohio State Fire Marshal's Office and the Explosion Investigation...
Several hundred people have gathered at City Hall in Philadelphia to protest Freddie Gray's police-custody death in Baltimore.
Students from Buckeye Local, Steubenville, and Jefferson County JVS learned what being involved in a trial is like with a hands-on approach.
The Steubenville-Jefferson County Libraries are asking voters to approve the renewal levy on May 5.
Police are ruling an overnight fire at 328 North Zane Highway in Martins Ferry as suspicious.
The state tourism division's record keeper has been subpoenaed in the criminal cases over a massive chemical spill last year.
West Virginia's biggest water utility wants to increase its rates by 28 percent.
"I knew for awhile this is something I was passionate about and I wanted to get started here at Oglebay."
Newly released surveillance video shows two women brazenly stuffing bras into a bag during the latest heist at a northeast Pennsylvania mall.
Ursinus College has tapped a dean from Claremont McKenna College to be its new president.
The state Department of Health says once again a record number of Ohioans died from heroin-related overdoses in 2013 as it released the newest available figures for a problem that's been called an epidemic and a public health crisis.
Candidates for the Republican Party nominations in the race for Pennsylvania's highest court are poised to discuss the issues at a Harrisburg forum.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art wants to bring its paintings to the people.
A builder of for-profit youth detention centers who was a central figure in northeastern Pennsylvania's "kids for cash" scandal is out of federal prison and in a halfway house in Philadelphia.