A prominent Pennsylvania lawyer whose final years were clouded by charges he swindled $6 million from investors in a Ponzi scheme has died. Anthony J. Lupas Jr. was 80 years old.
Pittsburgh police are continuing to search Wednesday for a gunman suspected of firing shots in the direction of two officers on routine patrol in one of the city's most dangerous neighborhoods.
A riverfront parking lot in Pittsburgh is partially reopening after it was closed since Friday due to flooding.
A northcentral West Virginia woman has been sentenced to two years and nine months in federal prison for synthetic drug sales.
West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose one-half of a percentage point to 6.6 percent in March.
The Division of Natural Resources is encouraging families to go fishing and visit West Virginia's state parks through a rewards program.
State lawmakers are preparing for a second round of heated talks on whether California should limit vaccination waivers for schoolchildren.
Protesters are heading to the Capitol to oppose the veto of a bill that would've let people drink raw milk through animal herd sharing agreements.