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Pennsylvania State Police say a trooper has shot and wounded a man armed with a shotgun at a Wal-Mart.
A Pennsylvania developer has bought the former Nazareth Speedway.
A national Democratic Party committee is spending $1.5 million on TV ads in the final three weeks of Pennsylvania's U.S. Senate primary campaign in a bid to boost Katie McGinty over Joe Sestak.
Former President Bill Clinton has engaged in a heated exchange with protesters upset about welfare reform and gun violence laws passed when he was in office 20 years ago.
Thursday the City of Wheeling Historic Landmarks Commission passed a resolution in support of keeping the piers on both sides of the Aetnaville Bridge in the event the bridge would be demolished.
Authorities say an Ohio man made marijuana-laced brownies for his unknowing, 79-year-old mother, and she offered one to a home health care worker who then became ill, leading to the son's arrest.
Millions of dollars in upgrades are coming to the downtown area. It's all in preparation for the relocation of the HealthPlan that's expected to be completed by next year.
Federal prosecutors say a Pennsylvania company set up to provide food and management services to fraternities and sororities at Lehigh University defrauded them of more than $2.4 million so the co-owners could take fancy...
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An emergency medical technician accused of sexually assaulting a female patient in an ambulance while transporting the woman between two western Ohio care facilities has pleaded not guilty.
A statewide ballot issue seeking to legalize both medical marijuana and industrial hemp in Ohio this fall has cleared an initial hurdle with Attorney General Mike DeWine certifying the petition summary.
It's considered one of the high points of a young person's life. But every year, high school prom season brings reports of bad decisions leading to tragedies. One way that kids get alcohol is by getting a middle man to buy it for them. They approach a random grown-up outside a store and make them an offer. "They hand them a twenty or more and say, 'Hey, go get me a 12-pack,' " explained Jeff Gazdik, St. Clairsville resource officer and police officer.