Belmont County is stepping up its efforts in the fight against drugs. Police call it a crisis and an epidemic. They say the heroin isn't locally produced, but brought here from big cities by traffickers.
A woman accused of killing her four-month-old baby changed her plea on Feb. 5 in a Jefferson County courtroom as part of a plea agreement.
The next round of PATCO track work will mean revised schedules on Thursday and Friday starting next week.
An autopsy report shows the death of a 5-month-old baby boy who was found dead at a home in New Alexandria was caused by blunt force trauma to the head.
Four students are hospitalized for testing after administrators at a Philadelphia elementary school found what appeared to be crack.
Gov. Tom Wolf is putting a new name on the agency that's in charge of finding cost savings in Pennsylvania's state government.
State lawmakers are again pushing an abortion ban after 20 weeks gestation in West Virginia, despite last year's veto.
Police have charged two women with shoplifting by enlisting two sons of one of the suspects to hide items in their clothes at a Pennsylvania drug store.
Sister Marianella Domenici, the sister of former Republican Sen. Pete Domenici and the longtime principal of St. Mary's School in Albuquerque, has died.
A Belmont County man was indicted for the murder of a Shadyside woman at her home back in October 2012. The Belmont County grand jury returned an indictment against Joseph Edward Barton for aggravated murder in the death of 69-year-old Julian Townsend.
Pennsylvania's two senators are teaming up to urge the Democratic National Committee to pick Philadelphia for its 2016 convention.
The Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System has closed the behavioral health unit at its hospital in the city's Oakland neighborhood because of an outbreak of norovirus, also known as the stomach flu.
Chromebooks for students, unconventional classroom configurations and art projects incorporating science and technology concepts are among ways schools and education groups are using money from Ohio's Straight A Fund.
Police say a suburban Philadelphia man stuffed his toilet with potatoes in a desperate attempt to get the attention of his inattentive building maintenance staff.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-siks) proposed $72 billion budget would boost the number of state workers helping prison inmates beat drug and alcohol addiction.
The judge who lodged a nearly $1 million fine against a Philadelphia-area lawyer believes she intentionally elicited banned testimony that caused a mistrial - and then lied about it.
In a close party-line vote, Republican state senators stymied a Democratic effort to stop a bill that would repeal the state's prevailing wage.