An autopsy was set on the body of a retired Pittsburgh deputy police chief who was found dead in his suburban home.
Environmental groups and Pocahontas Land Corp. have settled a lawsuit over pollution at two former coal mines in Mingo County.
Candidates in the crowded race for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court face a deadline for publicly reporting their campaign finances.
A northwestern Pennsylvania doctor has been sentenced to three years, three months in federal prison for keeping a computer flash drive of child pornography downloaded 17 years ago.
Miami University says two students face school disciplinary action as well as charges for offensive graffiti at the southwest Ohio school.
A western Pennsylvania prosecutor says he'll pursue the death penalty against a man accused of starting a fire that killed six people.
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A defense attorney confirmed he's been hired by a man whose gun accidentally fired during a crowded Easter vigil Mass at a central Pennsylvania cathedral.
Mayor Michael Nutter says a police officer killed during a video game store robbery last month saved at least six lives and is a true American and Philadelphia hero.
Frustrated with dog owners who refuse to clean up after their pets, an increasing number of apartments in Seattle are opting to use DNA testing to identify the culprits.
A southwest Ohio police department is implementing mandatory training for reducing lethal force used on dogs.
A Philadelphia university says it's investigating a respected law professor who allegedly emailed students a link to a pornographic video.
Wyoming County Schools has canceled its free summer school program because of funding cuts and a harsh winter.
A central Ohio man accused of starting a fire in a police station with a roll of toilet paper has been charged with aggravated arson.
Officials say a woman is unaccounted for after a fire ripped through three homes in Pittsburgh.
State regulators say a discharge of water from an old mine is the likely cause of orange rocks in the Cheat River.
Officials say the additional cost of demolishing a central Ohio veterans memorial after discovering unexpected underground work was needed won't be as high as they thought.
Two children have been killed in a western Pennsylvania house fire.
Officials say they're making progress cleaning up the damage caused when chunks of ice along a northwest Ohio river pushed up into a cemetery and toppled Civil War-era headstones
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke Blue Devils have their fifth NCAA championship following their work of their four freshmen.