Pennsylvania's highest court says a lawsuit over the use of tobacco settlement money to balance the state budget was brought by people who didn't have standing.
A western Pennsylvania family may have to remove its treehouse due to zoning codes that ban such structures.
Officials in Allegheny County want to know whether Pittsburgh's three "sister bridges" across the Allegheny River look better in another color.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio man has pleaded not guilty to setting a house fire that killed a 10-year-old girl who accused him of sexual assault and her grandparents.Authorities say the March 30 fire was set hours before jury selection was to start in Robert Seman Jr.'s rape trial.The 46-year-old Seman entered his not guilty plea Friday in a Youngstown courtroom to 10 counts of aggravated murder. He could face the death penalty if convicted.Authorities say 63-year-old William Schm...
The former chief of a traffic-camera company has pleaded guilty to bribing public officials in Cincinnati and Columbus to keep its enforcement camera contracts in those cities. The U.S. Department of Justice said Friday that 55-year-old Karen Finley of Cave Creek, Arizona, the former chief executive officer of Redflex Traffic Systems, pleaded guilty in Cincinnati to a charge that accuses of her of conspiring to commit bribery.
A Philadelphia judge has reversed another 58 convictions linked to the lead defendant in a recent police corruption trial.
Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly has been hit with a $99,000 tab in a lease dispute over an $11,000-a-month penthouse.