The state has rescheduled executions for seven death row inmates as it tries to find new lethal drugs, meaning no inmate will be put to death in Ohio in 2015.
A Pennsylvania college has stirred controversy on social media after it sent an email to students with elevated body mass indexes, advertising a fitness program.
U.S. Judge Marjorie Rendell plans to take senior status in July as a federal appellate judge in Philadelphia.
A McDowell County man has pleaded guilty in the 1981 fatal shooting of his father.
Ohio officials who seized six tigers, a lion and other animals from a sanctuary near Toledo are appealing a judge's order to return them to their owner.
Virginia-based Alpha Natural Resources Inc. says it has notified workers at coal mines in two West Virginia counties that the company plans to idle their operations.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is the latest agency to ban the acceptance of gifts by its employees.
Gov. Tom Wolf says he'll act quickly to nominate a successor to Rob McCord, who announced he's resigning as Pennsylvania state treasurer amid a federal investigation.
The top lawyer under Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord is preparing to be sworn in, following McCord's resignation amid a federal criminal investigation.
A Martinsburg man has been convicted of killing his estranged wife with a hammer.
Bernice Gordon, a prolific constructor of crossword puzzles, has died at the age of 101.
Ohio's community colleges would be able to offer bachelor's degrees in certain circumstances under a proposal to be contained in the budget Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-siks) releases Monday.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has appointed an Elkins attorney to succeed a circuit court judge who resigned after admitting having an affair with a corrections official.
Bill Cosby's stand-up tour is making a stop in northern Ohio, where police say they will have extra officers on hand for the show.
One man was taken into custody after leading police on a high speed chase through multiple counties in Ohio, hitting a person and damaging other vehicles in the process.
A Pennsylvania state senator is proposing to name an exit on Interstate 84 in the Pocono Mountain region for a state trooper slain nearby while on duty.
A Pennsylvania court is giving the attorney general's office an extra day to prepare for a hearing next week about who should be in charge of the state Office of Open Records.
Two former Penn State rugby players have been sentenced to three years of probation and 200 hours of community service on charges they torched the team's storage shed because they were unhappy with their coach.
A Pennsylvania candy maker's attempt to tease the New England Patriots with a chocolate "Deflategate" football has wound up being anything but a joke.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is still peeved over Republicans' decision to ask the leader of Israel - an archenemy of Iran - to address Congress in March right in the middle of delicate negotiations with Tehran...