By The Associated Press A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday.
Route 2 in Brooke County is CLOSED due to a landslide. This is between Beech Bottom and Wellsburg.
A new report says New York City public libraries' operating hours fall far behind others in the state and in some other major cities.
Criminal charges have been filed against the father, sister and brother-in-law of a 9-year-old boy critically injured in an accidental shooting at a Pennsylvania home.
An overturned truck is backing up rush-hour traffic on a busy Philadelphia bridge.
A flash flood watch is in effect for six western Pennsylvania counties and forecasters say a rising Ohio River will flood parts of Pittsburgh's North Shore Riverwalk.
Our CBS affiliate WBNS 10TV has confirmed that Lauren Hill, 19, has died from brain cancer.
The West Virginia Board of Education is asking for a public review of the state's K-12 academic standards.
Police in Pennsylvania's capital say a suspect in a shooting that damaged a patrol car has surrendered and ended a two-day manhunt after talking on the phone with the police chief.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston says the fire-gutted St. John Catholic Church in Benwood will be razed and replaced.
Two former workers at Mon General Hospitals say they were forced out of their jobs in favor of younger employees.
Scientists are trying to figure out why some algae-like bacteria in Lake Erie become toxic while others don't.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston says it's replacing a 140-year-old church that was destroyed by fire in Benwood.
Washington and Lee University has received a collection of 29 vintage prints and original graphics depicting Confederate General Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox.
Romney's volunteer fire department has silenced its siren during overnight hours after an attorney representing a resident threatened a lawsuit.