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Police say an unemployed couple facing eviction admitted swiping a Salvation Army donation bucket from a Pittsburgh-area convenience store so they could use the cash to buy drugs.
The U.S. Department of Labor says natural gas drilling contractors have agreed to pay nearly $4.5 million in back wages to 5,310 natural gas workers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Police say a Pennsylvania woman was drunk when her SUV crashed through a utility pole and slammed into a boat in New Jersey.
A driver fleeing from police has died after crashing his car in Pittsburgh.
Cleveland City Council plans a hearing Wednesday to learn more about a U.S. Justice Department report that outlined excessive force and civil rights violations by Cleveland police.
As of 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, police continue to search for a man they say left the scene of a fight, with a gun.
There are new details on the case of a woman charged with neglecting more than 80 dogs at her kennel.
Hundreds of kids in the Ohio Valley will now have a coat to keep them warm thanks to a local organization.
West Virginia officials are holding an information session about funds available to help retrain laid-off coal miners and their family members for other kinds of work.
A federal judge has scheduled a resentencing date for those convicted in the Amish beard- and hair-cutting case.
Gift cards for the Cincinnati streetcar system that's still under construction went on sale the same day a city council committee was told that much of the project's $9.7 million construction contingency fund has...
The president of the University of Dayton says he will step down in June 2016.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he's planning to travel outside the state to lobby for a federal constitutional amendment to balance the national budget.
West Virginia University at Parkersburg is set to name its new president.
A state Senate panel seeking to revitalize the struggling southern coalfields will meet this week in Princeton.
The head of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is set to present a check to the Mountaineer Food Bank as part of the Hunters Helping the Hungry program.