Police say a western Pennsylvania man stole several badges while he was being held in the mayor's office for questioning last year.
The Latest on the snowstorm that's moving into the Northeast (all times local):
The 2016 Special Olympics Pennsylvania Winter Games have begun at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
A school district in the Pittsburgh suburbs is investigating video on social media showing a student with cerebral palsy being pushed down and kicked.
A central Pennsylvania bishop has placed two priests on leave over child-sex abuse allegations more than 20 years old.
After reviewing the results of the investigation conducted by the Ohio County Sheriff's Office, the Ohio County Prosecutor's Office is not recommending criminal charges be filed against any individuals involved in an incident that happened on a Wheeling Park Basketball team bus a few weeks ago.
An award-winning contemporary literature professor faces at least five years in federal prison when he's sentenced for his massive child pornography collection - and likely more.
The Ohio County Board of Education is expected to reconsider their vote to not renew Superintendent Dr. Dianna Vargo's contract.
No one likes to be pulled over by police, but you may be interested to know there is a different rule if you are a West Virginia lawmaker. If they get stopped when the body is in session, they cannot be detained or arrested. It's all right there in Article 6; Section 17 of the state Constitution.