Officials at PNC Park in Pittsburgh have announced that Billy Joel will be performing at the stadium this summer.
Working under extreme weather conditions is always dangerous. During the winter months we see a lot of water line breaks due to the aging infrastructure in our area.
The FBI says there's no indication that the man who ambushed a Philadelphia policeman was part of an organized terror cell.
Allentown's former city controller has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge amid an FBI probe of government contracting in the city.
An audit of a western Pennsylvania school district confirms that a former superintendent allowed the former special education director to work a second job that prevented her from fulfilling her duties to the district.
Tuition at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is increasing by 3.2 percent for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says he's hoping to finish a budget deal for the half-finished fiscal year before he delivers a spending proposal for the year starting next July 1.
The death penalty trial for a Pittsburgh man accused of killing his girlfriend and her grandmother will begin in the spring.
A western Pennsylvania chain retailer that has served customers for nearly six decades is closing.
A northeastern Pennsylvania district attorney says state police were justified in shooting and killing an armed man who refused their commands to drop his weapons.
A grand jury has decided against bringing charges against Huntington Mayor Steve Williams over a payout issued to a former Huntington police chief.
A woman wanted for a fraud case in Moundsville has been arrested after being on the run for months early this morning.
Multiple injuries have been reported at the Ohio Valley Coal Mine in Alledonia, OH.
No one in Pennsylvania won the record-setting Powerball jackpot, but three tickets worth $1 million were sold around the state.
Pittsburgh police are searching for two would-be carjackers who apparently can't drive a stick-shift.
After a sizable union protest in the Capitol the previous day, state senators have begun taking up a push to make West Virginia the 26th right-to-work state.