A western Ohio man has admitted to fatally shooting a teenager while hosting a drinking party in December.
The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is offering grants to small businesses hurt by last month's devastating floods.
Health officials, law enforcement officers and other specialists will gather next week for a summit on addiction issues in West Virginia.
The state Division of Natural Resources is accepting applications for a controlled deer hunt this fall in southern West Virginia.
State health officials are urging Ohioans to take precautions to avoid heat-related illness as temperatures are expected to increase this week.
A Dayton-area judge has been selected to serve as president-elect of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.
Cleveland's police chief has never been far from the action during the Republican convention.
Hofstra University in New York, which will replace Ohio's Wright State University as host of the first presidential debate, has offered to allow 15 WSU students to attend the event.
Donald Trump opponents are planning more protests outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland as the event reaches it finale.
Hundreds gathered on Wednesday night to celebrate the 34th annual Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage Festival. The annual dinner was celebrated at the McLure Hotel in Downtown Wheeling. Patrons and supporters enjoyed live music, food, drinks and good conversation. The Italian-American of the year was honored, as well. Joe Ripoly was born and raised in Bellaire and lived his life to the fullest. He worked in Hollywood in his early 20's after serving our country, and had m...
A Pittsburgh area probation officer now faces ten charges after being accused of abusing his authority by coercing female parolees under his supervisor to perform sexual acts on him.
The Jefferson County woman accused of shooting and killing her boyfriend, voluntary manslaughter case will be heard by the next Jefferson County grand jury. After lengthily arguments between assistant prosecutor Jeff Bruzzese and her attorney, retained out of East Palestine, Ohio, and testimony from Sheriff Fred Abdalla, Judge David Scarpone ruled in the prosecution's favor.
A woman who punched a Telemundo reporter in the face during a live TV broadcast in Philadelphia has apologized, and pleaded guilty to assault.
The Indiana Supreme Court has disbarred a former Indianapolis businessman sentenced to 50 years in prison for defrauding thousands of investors of $200 million to finance a lavish lifestyle.
A new law is on the books that could eventually lead to the return of the production of industrial hemp in Pennsylvania.
Horses running free on and near Interstate 74 have forced authorities to close the highway in both directions northwest of Cincinnati.
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The demolition process has begun to make room for the Health Plan on Market Street in downtown Wheeling.
The Wheeling-Ohio County Airport is receiving money to update the airport master plan and layout plans for future development projects.
State regulators are giving their OK to new parameters for distributing and prescribing opioids in Pennsylvania.