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Updated: 13 min 26 sec ago
A traveler detained for more than 20 hours after an airport search of running gear in his carry-on has sued the Transportation Security Administration and Philadelphia police.
The state budget office has released preliminary district-level spending figures resulting from Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-siks) changes to the school funding formula.
The Lady Luck Casino at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort has been fined for the first time by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
A Wheeling man was indicted Feb. 4 by a federal grand jury for allegedly using his neighbors wireless internet connection to download child porn.
Federal officials say more than 200,000 Ohioans have signed up for health coverage during the current enrollment period of President Barack Obama's health care law.
A school bus has collided with a tanker truck on a rural western Pennsylvania highway, but emergency officials say none of the handful of students on board was hurt, though the bus driver may have been.
A teacher in Marshall County was indicted Feb. 4 by a federal grand jury for allegedly possessing child porn, according to U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld.
National Wear Red Day is fast approaching and to celebrate, the American Heart Association (AHA) here in the Ohio Valley, along with female supporters of the AHA, came together to take the annual "Go Red For Women" photo.
The Steel City is getting more transparent.
A Philadelphia man has admitted robbing five banks in New Jersey and Pennsylvania over a four-month period.
The fate of the man fired by Gov. Tom Wolf as the head of Pennsylvania's open records agency will remain up in the air for at least another month.
West Virginia House lawmakers have approved a bill making elections nonpartisan for magistrates and judges, including state Supreme Court justices.
The nation's new postmaster general says the Postal Service is looking beyond its regular mail and package delivery for new sources of revenue.
Wheeling Park High School is celebrating Black History Month by inviting members of the community to speak to students about their personal experiences. It's all part of high school's Signature Series, which will feature a new speaker each week through the month of February.