State Del. Doug Reynolds has announced a bid for West Virginia attorney general.
The parents of a 21-month-old boy who died last year from bleeding in the brain are suing a Pennsylvania county and its Children and Youth agency, alleging that a lack of oversight caused his death.
Another alleged shooter has been caught by Steubenville police. 29-year-old Anthony Scruggs was arrested late Monday night. Police say Scruggs shot a gun outside of a home on Brady Avenue on Christmas Day.
I-70 Eastbound is now re-opened, according to Ohio County Sheriff Pat Butler. Sheriff Butler urges drivers to use caution as road conditions are still bad. I-70 Westbound is still closed.
A man charged in three separate murders in Philadelphia 2½ years ago has been sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Pennsylvanians wanting to get familiar with the now trendy ukulele can soon borrow one from the library.
A Pennsylvania prosecutor is denying claims by Bill Cosby's lawyers that criminal charges filed against him violate a pledge that Cosby wouldn't be charged over a 2004 sexual encounter.
According to Marshall County County EMA, the Narrows have been shut down in both directions.
Pennsylvania's Republican-controlled House of Representatives has voted to stop Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's use of a formula that targets extra subsidy money for school districts hardest-hit by past spending cuts.
According to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office, I-70 Eastbound now shutdown due to Jackknifed Tractor-Traler top of 2-Mile Hill. I-70 westbound is shut down between Pennsylvania and Dallas Pike. Stay with 7News for more updates as they become available.
The world's largest lottery jackpot has grown to $1.5 billion because of continuing strong Powerball ticket sales.
One Ohio Valley town has received high marks as one of the top cities to work in West Virginia.
Two 17-year-olds have been charged as adults with conspiring to kill a 25-year-old Pittsburgh man found dead in a crashed car.
Pittsburgh City Council introduced legislation to pay $10,000 to a city man who was jailed for 36 days after a witness wrongly identified him as a bakery robber.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against a man charged in the murders of a mother and her teenage daughter during a burglary in central Pennsylvania more than 3½ decades ago.
Route 250 in Belmont County is shut down after a crash, according to officials with the Belmont County Emergency Management Agency.
Two 13-year-old boys in Pennsylvania are facing disorderly conduct charges after one agreed to be set on fire so the other could film it and post it on social media.
A long-running battle over dumping sediment dredged from Cleveland's harbor into Lake Erie still doesn't seem settled even after Congress weighed in on the debate.
"A condition on the sale would be that Mr. Hefner be able to continue to work and live in the residence," Playboy spokesman John Vlautin said.