The family owned handgun that a 13-year-old suburban Philadelphia boy used to end his life was more than 30 years old and had a trigger lock that didn't fit.
A bill protecting students from the academic impacts of Ohio's new proficiency tests has cleared the Legislature and is on its way to the governor.
Ohio Libertarians seeking some locally elected offices face uncertain access to the ballot this year while awaiting a judge's decision over new rules for minor political parties.
Bus drivers from across the region will display their skills during a regional Ohio School Bus Driver Safety ROAD-E-O next month.
A man convicted of fatally stabbing a Pittsburgh police dog has been sentenced to 17 years, 9 months to 44 years in prison.
State officials have closed three chronic pain management clinics this year for failing to comply with a law aimed at reducing substance abuse.
A conservative group that has boosted Republicans has nixed its $100,000 per person breakfast fundraiser.
Police say a group of adults attacked employees at a Chuck E. Cheese's in a Cleveland suburb when a manager didn't respond quickly enough to a complaint about a malfunctioning photo booth.
A troubled Philadelphia high school is finally hearing the sound of music thanks to a donation from Drake.
A state senator wants increased penalties and stiffer permit rules for improperly disposing of gas-drilling waste and toxic brine in Ohio.
The president of Shepherd University in West Virginia has been named the sole finalist to lead Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls.
Pennsylvania's elected fiscal watchdog, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, says Scranton will go bankrupt in the next two to four years unless lawmakers come up with a statewide solution to the state's growing...
Police are searching for a group of adults who attacked employees at a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in a Cleveland suburb when a manager did not respond quickly enough to a complaint about a malfunctioning photo booth.