Attorney General Kathleen Kane has made good on her promise to release emails received by a state Supreme Court justice that include nude photos and videos of women, raunchy and juvenile humor and other content demeaning...
Topper returned to the Hilltop a champion yesterday after competing in a statewide college mascot competition in Charleston.
A school bus accident is one of the most frightening scenarios imaginable, but students at Elm Grove Elementary are now prepared, after a bus evacuation drill early this morning.
A small coal-fired power plant in western Pennsylvania is shutting its doors, two years before it was expected.
The preschoolers at the Jefferson County JVS had some very important questions for sheriff's deputies on the county Special Response Team when they visited them Thursday morning for their first ever Safety Day.
A key government witness is testifying in the criminal trial of his old boss, ex-Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.
Gov. Tom Wolf is warning that he may halt horse racing in Pennsylvania in a week because a state budget stalemate has compounded the troubles of the State Racing Fund.
Pennsylvania is being accused in a federal lawsuit of violating the rights of mentally ill defendants by subjecting them to long waits in jail before sending them to a hospital to determine whether they can be...
Pennsylvania horse racing regulators have given a key approval advancing a casino and racing resort project that's been in the works for more than a decade.
The City of Wheeling Water Department issued a boil order for citizens living on 24-150 Cherry Hill Road, 2104 Warwood Avenue, and 2012, 2105, 2107 Highland Avenue in Warwood.Once service is restored, customers are asked to boil water for 48 hours.
Wheeling Police say a man wanted for an alleged sexual abuse has turned himself in at police headquarters. Maqsood Harrington, 28, of Wheeling turned himself in Thursday in regards to an incident that allegedly occurred in early August.