A western Pennsylvania company says technology at its new mill processes steel up to 20 percent faster than conventional means.
A man is in jail after authorities say he foiled his own robbery by accidentally pepper-spraying himself.
Pennsylvania's state court system says the number of medical malpractice lawsuits filed last year were the fewest in 14 years of tracking them.
Chris Coller, Tim Key and Jamie Morris were taken into custody after authorities served a search warrant at 854 National Road.
Ohio State's fired marching band director has filed a new lawsuit claiming the university has so damaged his reputation that he can't get work "despite his previous renown."
West Virginia University has appointed Maryanne Reed as interim dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.
The West Virginia State Police Crimes Against Children Unit arrested a man on one felony count of child abuse causing injury.
A retired PPG employee apparently resentful at his departure from the company three years ago has been arrested by the FBI on charges he stole trade secrets and tried to share them with a Chinese firm.
Cedar Point will open its gates for the new season this Saturday, May 9. This summer, Cedar Point will focus on thrills with the addition of Rougarou – the park's first floorless roller coaster.
Senate President Bill Cole, R-Mercer, isn't making any firm declarations yet as to a potential run for WV governor in 2016. But on the heels of an announcement that Jim Justice , the billionaire owner of The Greenbrier, might throw his hat into the governor's ring, Cole filed pre-candidacy papers with the West Virginia Secretary of State's Office May 7.
Pennsylvania's Democratic governor and Republican Senate leader are trading harsh words over the fate of 12 nominations that have been in limbo since January.
Billionaire businessman Jim Justice is slated to announce his intentions for the 2016 election on Monday. Justice's announcement will come in the afternoon May 11 at the White Sulphur Springs Civic Center.
Philadelphia convention center officials have sued a carpenters union over alleged antics they say caused $1 million in damages at the Philadelphia Auto Show.
Police say a Pennsylvania man broke into a dead woman's house and stole $200 worth of valuables - while her corpse was still inside the residence.
Three packages containing lollipops and unspecified paperwork were responsible for a bomb squad being called to a northwestern Pennsylvania courthouse.
A federal jury is back at work weighing corruption charges against six former members of a Philadelphia drug squad.