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The director of the Clarksburg VA health care system is retiring after 38 years in federal veterans work.
Gov. Tom Wolf says he doesn't expect a state budget to be finished by the start of the upcoming fiscal year.
Traffic deaths in Pennsylvania hit an all-time low last year.
The National Park Service plans to update the fire management plan for three parks in Southern West Virginia.
A California woman with cancer and her family were kicked off an Alaska Airlines flight from Hawaii to California after airline employees said she needed a note from her doctor before she could fly.
State police say a 22-year-old Philadelphia man shot his father in a car during rush hour on a busy highway in the city's suburbs.
The body of a 74-year-old man reported missing last month has been found in a central Pennsylvania river.
An investigator says a candle likely didn't start a western Pennsylvania house fire that killed two young boys, despite their father's claims to the contrary.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says a suburban high school has been closed because of an unspecified "threat of violence" that's being investigated by local police and the FBI.
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A new federal indictment identifies three alleged victims in the case of a Pennsylvania priest charged with traveling to Honduras to have sex with poor street children during missionary trips.
A funky smell is not growing on some New Jersey Transit train passengers.
A contractor says it'll install temporary rumble strips to slow traffic during construction on Pittsburgh's Fort Pitt Tunnel.
The family of a 22-year-old woman who disappeared from a Halloween party last year is waiting for test results from police on clothing found at an abandoned industrial site in southeastern Michigan.
The West Virginia Division of Highways is asking the public for help in finding the grave of a soldier who served in three wars.
Authorities say more than 45,000 chickens have been killed in fires this week at two central Pennsylvania farms.
Residents in northeast Ohio are waiting to hear from state environmental officials whether their water is safe to drink following a chemical spill at an injection well facility.
Police in Pennsylvania's capital say they've arrested several suspects and are searching for others after gunshots were fired at an officer and a patrol car.