Former Marshall University President Mike Perry has died.
Lawmakers are sending Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin a bill banning abortion after 20 weeks conception, similar to one he vetoed last year.
The attorney representing a man in a shooting that injured a Philadelphia police officer says it was "an accident."
A man charged in the shooting deaths of a father and son in northeastern Pennsylvania last year is asking a judge to bar prosecutors from using his statements to police.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired forward Daniel Winnik from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Zach Sill, a 2015 fourth-round draft pick and a 2016 second-round draft pick, it was announced by general manager Jim Rutherford. Winnik, ...
Former Philadelphia Eagles safety Keelan Johnson has been sentenced to two months of supervised probation for pushing a police officer in suburban Phoenix last year.
The U.S. House has voted to require more aggressive federal action to prevent toxic algae blooms from contaminating the Great Lakes and other waterways around the nation.
Two New Jersey men and a Florida woman stand accused of stealing $700,000 from various banks through a counterfeit check scheme.
Nearly three dozen people have been arrested in the Philadelphia area in connection with a drug ring that had ties to Colombia.
Federal officials say three men have been taken into custody in the United States on charges they plotted to travel overseas to join the Islamic State group.
Ohio County Sheriff's Department released information regarding a tractor-trailer crash on I-70 Eastbound just across the PA state line near West Alexander.
United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II announced Wednesday Kenneth L. Smith, 26, of Moundsville was convicted in federal court of selling crack cocaine.
Three years after Maurice Sendak's death, his western Connecticut hometown of Ridgefield is pursuing a museum honoring the author of "Where the Wild Things Are."
A Raleigh County man has been sentenced for tampering with water samples from coal mining operations.
The daughter of a long-time fugitive has seen her father for the first time since he allegedly killed her mother's friend at a crowded Philadelphia restaurant in 1992.
In Wheeling Magazine's latest edition is one Wheeling residents might be particularly interested in as it focuses on the new businesses opening up throughout the city.
A criminal investigation has been launched into double pension benefits to six Scranton employees.
Future students are getting the opportunity to see what it is like to attend Wheeling Park High School Wednesday night.
A suburban Philadelphia township is the latest community to repeal gun ordinances in an effort to avoid being sued under a new Pennsylvania law.
The group whose New Year's parade has been dubbed Philadelphia's Mardi Gras is putting on a weather-delayed Mardi Gras show of its own.