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The district attorney says western Pennsylvania woman sent her 15-year-old son to deliver drugs during a deal with an undercover informant this summer.
Someone is calling residents in Chester and Montgomery counties and telling them they face arrest because they failed to report to jury duty.
A former head counselor at a YMCA in Wheeling is accused of sexually abusing a teenage assistant.
A third man accused in the shooting death of another man pulled off a western Pennsylvania party bus has been sentenced to 11 ½ to 23 months in jail.
President Barack Obama came to West Virginia to bear witness to a growing drug epidemic, but what is truly scary is the fact that school nurses in Brooke County think the problem is so pervasive they want to administer the drug naloxone to help reverse the effects of heroin and other opiod overdoses.
A jury has convicted a Pittsburgh man of murder in the 2014 shooting deaths of two people.
Authorities say two police officers were injured after a car fleeing from other officers crashed into one of their vehicles in western Philadelphia.
The West Virginia Governor's Mansion will once again feature a holiday tree decorated with ornaments hand made by the state's artists.
Thirty-five high school marching bands from across West Virginia will compete at the University of Charleston.
The West Virginia State Bar says it is sponsoring a video competition related to the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
West Virginia researchers are asking trappers and hunters to donate bobcat carcasses.
The U.S. Marshalls have joined local law enforcement in the search for two men allegedly involved in a East Wheeling murder.Authorities have been searching for Dallas Acoff and Rocco Pandoli for weeks.The two are reportedly involved in the murder of Lemroy Coleman.Acoff is wanted for the murder of Coleman, and Pandoli is wanted for aiding and abetting.If you have any information, you are urged to call the Wheeling Police Department.Stay with 7News and WTRF.com for continuing coverage.
More than half a century after a group of beavers parachuted into the Idaho back country, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game has uncovered film footage of the quirky wildlife management moment. In the 1940s the department was trying to deal with an overpopulation of beavers in some regions when wildlife managers settled on a novel idea.
West Virginia's Division of Natural Resources says hunters can donate deer to a program that benefits needy families. Hunters can deliver legally harvested deer to the nearest meat processor participating in the Hunters Helping the Hungry program.
Pennsylvania officials are threatening to pull the license of a residential center that's one of three the federal government has been using to house asylum-seeking immigrant families.
One man was sent to a nearby hospital after climbing an electric tower in Jefferson County.