The Justice Department will conduct a broad investigation into the Baltimore police force in search of law enforcement practices that are unconstitutional and violate civil rights, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday.
Billionaire businessman Jim Justice is slated to announce his intentions in the 2016 West Virginia governor's race.
DePasquale's Trattoria opens full time starting on Monday, May 11.
A high school sophomore from western Pennsylvania set a national record with a javelin throw that went more than 185 feet.
U.S. employers added 223,000 jobs in April, a solid gain that suggests that the economy may be recovering after stumbling at the start of the year.
The musician and folk singer who promoted the song "We Shall Overcome" and is credited with helping it rise in popularity as an anthem during the civil rights movement in the 1960s has died.
Commercial real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle plans to add 115 jobs in Pittsburgh and to make its upcoming downtown location a hub for the Chicago-based firm.
A suburban man has been convicted of robbing 4 older patrons of the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, then gambling away most of the money a short time later.
A Pennsylvania borough is conducting an internal review into the fatal shooting of an unarmed man by one of its police officers.
State police have closed Interstate 70's westbound lanes at the junction with Toll Route 43 in western Pennsylvania.
An impoverished school district in the Pittsburgh suburbs is hoping a neighboring district will educate its seventh through 12th graders after next school year.
A powerful and potentially harmful chemical compound has been found in synthetic marijuana tested in several states that saw a huge spike in the number of people hospitalized because of the drug last month.
A western Pennsylvania county is honoring 13 police officers and firefighters who have been wounded or killed in the line of duty.
Power has been restored to both of our downtown buildings (City Hall and the City Service Center) and we plan to operate business as usual. Consequently, early voting will not be moved, but will take place on the 3rd floor of City Hall.We thank those who worked diligently throughout the night to restore our power, and apologize for any confusion that may have occurred because of our earlier plan and report.
By The Associated Press A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday.