Some residents in Louisa County might have felt a little rattled on Sunday.
Authorities are investigating the death of a man who fell through a roof skylight in Fairmont.
The president and CEO of Davis Health System plans to step down.
Demolition work has begun on a historic Philadelphia movie palace despite long-running efforts by preservationists to try to save the structure.
A federal judge will hear arguments on the government's request that she restrict phone access for an Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol.
A young woman held captive and tortured for more than a decade says she is conquering fears these days.
A pilot project to support heroin recovery is getting a financial boost in northwest Ohio.
Ohio's elections chief is asking state lawmakers to set aside more than $1 million for his office to send unsolicited absentee-ballot applications to voters in the next presidential election.
Natural resources officials are reminding Ohioans about the state's outdoor burning regulations for spring as warmer weather approaches.
Pennsylvania's open records law has been hailed as a major success since its current version came into being six years ago, but some argue it's now time to pop the hood and tinker with the landmark legislation.
Authorities in central Pennsylvania say exposure to carbon monoxide sent seven people to the hospital, two of them in critical condition.
Well into recovery, a cancer survivor credits a spontaneous hot sauce challenge with saving his life.
Questions are being raised about access to public records in Ohio when private companies or proprietary software is used to manage the records.
Summers will be a steamier in neighborhoods across the country as crews cut down millions of trees in an effort to stay ahead of a small, shiny bug.
Authorities in western Pennsylvania say a man will face homicide charges following the death of a tattoo shop owner who was shot in the face in his shop.