Some of the brightest students in the Ohio Valley made their way through WTRF today as part of our yearly "Class of the Valley."
We've been talking about them for weeks but it appears the Cicadas are out in full force Friday! Several pictures and videos have been sent to us by viewers over the past 24. Remember, although these pesky insects can be a nuisance, they are harmless.
A healthcare worker has been sentenced to one-to-ten years after admitting to stealing a dying woman's jewelry and selling it.
A Rhode Island man who authorities say transported a horse later found shot more than 100 times with paintballs in central Pennsylvania has been found guilty of animal cruelty.
A Pennsylvania appeals court is reviving a lawsuit by four people with permits to carry concealed weapons who argue the sheriff shouldn't be sending notices about their permits by postcards without envelopes.
West Virginia State police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing elderly man.
A federal judge has delivered a legal victory to Ohio's elections chief and a voter sued by Libertarians for their roles in disqualifying the party's gubernatorial candidate from 2014 fall ballots.
After Target issued a statement in April allowing people to choose the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity, one father took a stand against the policy by standing guard while his daughter used the restroom at Target.
It's an exciting day for some students here at Bridgeport as students are graduating from pre-school, although not all of them could be in attendance Friday, one little guy certainly wasn't left out.
A Pennsylvania man has announced his candidacy for state representative just hours after being released from a county prison.
A Pennsylvania student's mother and atheists' group who sued a school district over a Ten Commandments display are asking a federal appeals court to send the 2012 lawsuit back for trial.
An attorney says the family of a woman who died during a mold outbreak at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has settled their lawsuit with the hospital network.
State police say remains found on a llama farm in northeastern Pennsylvania have been identified as a 17-year-old girl reported missing last month.
Unemployment rates were significantly lower in five states in April, led by a big drop in Kentucky.
The University of Cincinnati says it has narrowed its search for a new police chief to three finalists less than a year after a former campus police officer was charged with murder in the fatal shooting of motorist during...
A Tiltonsville woman who had been kidnapped is back home and safe Friday morning.
Pennsylvania's largest refugee resettlement program is slated to close next month, and efforts are underway to find a replacement.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate shot up in April for the biggest one-month increase since 2009. Payrolls also showed the biggest one-month drop since 2009.
Officials say Ohio's unemployment rate rose again in April as 13,600 jobs were lost over the month.
Several good Samaritans stepped in to help after police say a man tried to carjack a woman and her 4-year-old son at knifepoint in a Pennsylvania parking lot.