Faced with a choice of paying its utility bills or two part-time police officers, a tiny western Pennsylvania borough has opted to pay its bills.
A judge has agreed with a prosecutor's request to dismiss a rape charge after a DNA test eliminated the northwestern Pennsylvania man as a suspect.
A rented bus that coursed through Iowa this summer as part of Donald Trump's Republican presidential campaign is being transformed into an anti-Trump artwork on wheels.
A western Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to setting up a drug deal at which his girlfriend was robbed and killed.
A judge has signed an order directing former Penn State assistant football coach be brought to court for an appeal hearing in Centre County.
An overturned tractor-trailer is causing traffic headaches on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Reading.
Owners and breeders of greyhounds want to keep dog racing alive in West Virginia.
Philadelphia police say two men are recovering from wounds at a city hospital after claiming they were robbed and both wounded by the same bullet.
Philadelphia police have arrested one of two men who attacked three people during an early-morning home invasion, during which a woman was forcibly taken to an automatic teller machine and forced to withdraw $100.
Pennsylvania's most iconic chocolate maker is doubling-down on one of its most popular treats.
A 13-year-old Pennsylvania girl who is visually impaired has shot her first deer- with the help of a Vermont sportsman.
Lawmakers might pull the plug on emergency call boxes on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
A lawsuit filed stemming from a fiery February derailment of a CSX oil train in Mount Carbon has been moved to federal court.
A western Pennsylvania couple who were shot at a suburban Pittsburgh mall are suing the mall's owners, claiming they ignored warnings about increased violence and gang activity.
A popular Main Line Chinese restaurant can reopen two months after it was closed for health violations.
The director of West Virginia's mine safety office says there is a growing substance abuse problem among miners.
The Marshall University Board of Governors has chosen a new president, but his identity will not be disclosed until later this month.
Police are investigating after an elementary school student found nearly three dozen bullets on the floor of her classroom in Philadelphia.
A Philadelphia businessman who pleaded guilty to giving gifts to a retired judge to have traffic tickets fixed has been sentenced to three years of probation and a $5,000 fine.
An eastern Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to 13 to 26 years in state prison for videotaping the alleged sexual assaults of a 16-year-old girl.