Richard Creehan is stepping down as president of Alderson Broaddus University.
Christine Hess's cows are milking her.
A team from Wheeling Catholic Central High School won the annual Pumpkin Drop competition at West Virginia University.
Helping Heroes, the agency that reaches out to combat veterans, unveiled a new portion of their outreach today.
Hurricane Patricia barreled toward southwestern Mexico Friday as a monster Category 5 storm, the strongest ever in the Western Hemisphere. Residents and tourists were hunkering down or trying to make last-minute escapes...
The founder of the drug addiction support group Never Alone got to make the trip to Charleston this week while President Obama was in town.
A 7-month-old girl has died in a house fire in eastern Pennsylvania.
Some child care providers certified under Pennsylvania's state-subsidized pre-kindergarten program are starting to tell parents that they are closing after next week because of the state's four-month-old budget...
The Main Street bridge in Ohio's capital might appear to be decked out for Halloween, but officials say the extensive webs spotted by motorists at night are real.
The Philadelphia Zoo says one of its two polar bears has died.
The district attorney has withdrawn "adult" charges against a 16-year-old girl accused of throwing gasoline on a high school security guard, and will move the case to juvenile court.
Temple University wants to build a 35,000-seat football stadium on campus.
The Philadelphia Phillies finished the season in the cellar. But that didn't keep the Phanatic from engaging in some rooftop shenanigans.
A jury has convicted a Pennsylvania inmate on charges he caused a scare by sending an email from a prison computer saying the area's water system was poisoned.
A western Pennsylvania man is heading to prison for shooting at two state troopers earlier this year.
Some students at a northeastern Pennsylvania university will have to continue their education elsewhere after the school's physician assistant program failed to meet state accreditation standards.
According to a study by Time Magazine, Americans will spend more than $2-billion on candy in 2015 for Halloween.