Former International Boxing Federation lightweight champ Paul Spadafora has been charged with throwing a 63-year-old woman to the ground in the parking lot outside a Pittsburgh-area bar.
Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has called on state lawmakers to consider changing how Ohio draws its congressional districts, though GOP leaders are showing a tepid interest.
A West Virginia woman was arrested last week after the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office found that she started a fire in her mobile home.
A 911 caller who reported a man waving a gun in an Ohio Wal-Mart before police fatally shot him could face a charge of making a false alarm. The man actually was toting an air rifle he picked up from a shelf.
A hazardous waste site in Clarksburg could be added to the federal Superfund program's priority list.
A former peanut company executive serving a 28-year prison sentence won't have to pay money to victims of a deadly salmonella outbreak linked to his Georgia plant.
The former prosecutor against ex-coal company chief Don Blankenship expects him to serve his full, one-year sentence in a minimum-security federal prison.
A Maryland judge is refusing to drop the NCAA from a wrongful death lawsuit involving a Frostburg State University football player who suffered a head injury during practice in 2011.
Three West Virginia University fraternities have been suspended following national investigations. They include chapters of Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu.
As we come into prom and graduation season, a very timely assembly was held today at Harrison Central High School, teaching them about the dangers of drinking and driving.
After Wednesday's death of country music legend Merle Haggard, Capitol Theatre officials are reaching out to fans who already had tickets for the March 12th concert.
A power outage in Boone County has left thousands without power.
After the death of country music legend Merle Haggard, Capitol Theatre officials say they will fully refund tickets to the March 12 concert that was scheduled. Denny Magruder, executive director of the Greater Wheeling Sports & Entertainment Authority, says Haggard was a tremendously talented musician and a down-to-earth person as well. There was some speculation that co-star Marty Stewart might do the show alone, but that will not happen. The show is canceled.
The head of a payday lending enterprise accused of charging as much as 700 percent interest on short-term loans has been indicted on federal racketeering charges in Philadelphia.
Authorities are looking for two suspects after woman was shot four times after a road rage incident Tuesday evening.
Food services giant Aramark says it has decided to keep its global headquarters in Philadelphia.
A new viral video showing a school police officer body slamming a 12-year-old girl to the ground in San Antonio has now sparked an investigation.