Five people have been injured and about 100 are homeless as a fire burned into the morning at an apartment complex in northeast Philadelphia.
Paul McCartney has agreed to induct his former Beatles mate, Ringo Starr, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month.
Nearly 500 residents and business owners attended a public meeting to discuss threats to a central Ohio lake following a report of potential catastrophic failure at its dam.
Two former employees at Freedom Industries are due in federal court for plea hearings on pollution charges stemming from a chemical spill in Charleston, West Virginia.
Members of Congress from both parties are lobbying colleagues not to cut funding from a key Great Lakes environmental program.
Residents in Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio will have their regularly programmed television and radio shows interrupted Wednesday during a test of the nation's emergency alert system.
The lawyer for a deep-sea treasure hunter who spent years as a fugitive wants off the case, saying his client can't pay.
A West Liberty University researcher has been named the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia's Professor of the Year.
Transportation officials say they're going to double the rate of pavement replacement projects on the Ohio Turnpike this year.
A plaque of the Ten Commandments gifted by a graduating class nearly 60 years won't be going back up in a hallway at a central Ohio high school.
An appeals court says a woman can sue an Ohio sheriff and a deputy for defamation and emotional distress after she was mistakenly identified as a criminal at a news conference.
West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose two-tenths of a percentage point to 6.1 percent in February.
An Ohio medical group plans a statewide public health effort to help reduce prescription pill abuse and addiction.
A drawing in Harrisburg will determine the order in which Pennsylvania's Supreme Court candidates will be listed on the May 19 primary ballots - a process that some observers say can affect the outcome.
A Penn State official says the university intends to hold accountable the fraternity members who used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed...
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