U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin says he is "very much concerned" about a new state law scaling back coal mine safety regulations.
A suburban New York teenager, accepted at all 13 colleges to which he applied, including the eight Ivy League schools, now faces his next big test: deciding where to go.
An infant's parents have been charged with child endangering after police say both refused to take custody of their 3-month-old daughter last week and the father then left her at a McDonald's outside Cleveland.
A national environmental group has launched a $500,000 ad campaign against U.S. Sen. Rob Portman in Ohio claiming a federal budget amendment he introduced could undercut the enforceability of the federal Clean Air Act.
According to AEP a power outage Tuesday morning was due to an equipment failure just behind Neely's Grocery in East Wheeling.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin says it's "about a 50-50 toss-up" whether he'll run for governor next year.
By The Associated Press The following schools would be cleared to develop and administer their own standardized tests beginning in the 2016-2017 school year under a pilot program for which Ohio is...
Patriot Coal is being sued by environmental groups who say the company's Hobet 21 mountaintop removal mine in Southern West Virginia is polluting the Mud River watershed.
Federal aviation authorities say the owner of a helicopter has reported that it crashed in the Tennessee River in northern Alabama.
An autopsy is pending for a Pittsburgh man who died while scuba diving in the Florida Keys.
A 22-year-old Cleveland man has been charged with felonious assault and aggravated rioting in connection with an assault on six employees during a children's birthday party at a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in March.
An 18-year-old from Cincinnati has been charged with three felonies, accused of stabbing another man several times in south-central Nebraska.
Authorities say a missing 2-year-old boy found in a pond near his home over the weekend drowned.
A Mingo Junction man is facing assault charges after stabbing his mother's caretaker. According to Sheriff Fred Abdalla, the man apparently became distraught and began firing a shotgun into the ground, that's when the caretaker tried to stop the man. The caretaker was then stabbed several times by the other man. Abdalla says that the caretaker was taken to a Pittsburgh area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No names have been released at this time. Stay tuned to 7 News and WTRF.com...
An injunction has been filed against the Switzerland of Ohio School Board to stop the closing of Beallsville High School.The document, filed in Monroe County Court of Common Pleas on April 6, alleges that the school board failed to comply with the Ohio's Public Meetings Law.