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West Virginia has entered into a reciprocal driver's license agreement with Taiwan.
A Syrian archbishop visiting Philadelphia says the United State's reluctance to offer asylum to persecuted Christians is "unjust." Aleppo Archbishop Jean-Clement Jeanbart made the remark Tuesday as he and an Iraqi counterpart appealed to the American people for help withstanding Islamic State oppression.
Concerned parents in Cabell County are upset over a recent practice. They said the extreme heat and unreasonable drills left some kids needing medical attention.When asked about the parents complaints, Cabell Midland Knights head football coach Luke Salmons was evasive following morning practice.We're just training with our kids," Salmons said, before walking off.Principal Lloyd McGuffin said he first learned of the incident through a parents complaint.They told me there were ...
If you have any shopping to do in Ohio, this weekend is the time to do it.It's the buckeye state's first ever Tax Free Weekend.
Today, the trial for Kevin O'Brien was declared a mistrial after six jurors did not show up to court.
Netflix is giving new parents on its payroll up to a year of paid leave in a move that could pressure other technology employers to improve their baby benefits as they vie for talent.
About 160 golfers hit the links today to support a great cause. Stingray and Gulfport held a golf outing at the Belmont Hills Country Club to benefit the Harmony House Children's Advocacy Center.
Parents are getting ready to send their kids back to school across the tri-state area, but a number of high-profile sexual abuse and assault cases last year have many questioning school safety.
A 110-year-old woman from New Jersey has some advice for living a long and enjoyable life — and it doesn’t sound like a bad plan. Agnes Fenton turned 110 on Saturday, according to NorthJersey.com.
A Syrian archbishop visiting Philadelphia has called the United States' reluctance to offer asylum to persecuted Christians "unjust."
A western Pennsylvania man serving time in molestation case is now facing 15 more months behind bars for a threatening letter to the president that authorities said was sent to the wrong address.
A former second grade teacher at a suburban Philadelphia school accused of having abused female students has been sentenced to one to two years in prison.
An eastern Pennsylvania bail bondsman has pleaded guilty to charges in what authorities said were $2 million in fraudulent bonds.
Those fretting about how Philadelphia will accommodate huge crowds when Pope Francis visits are now hearing some soothing sounds.
A northeastern Pennsylvania man is scheduled to go on trial next week in a shooting death at a party last summer.
Back to school can be an exciting time for many kids as they get to see a lot of their friends they haven't seen all Summer, but it can also be a troublesome time for others who fear being bullied.