A Philadelphia city councilman wants bars and other places serving alcohol to install exterior surveillance cameras so investigators have a point of reference if a patron goes missing.
Camden Clark Medical Center plans to expand its South Tower by more than 100,000 square feet.
A suburban Philadelphia police superintendent says officers acted appropriately when they stopped and questioned people shoveling snow.
A northeast Ohio gas station closed overnight after snow caused its canopy to collapse.
A Wyoming County man convicted of killing another man will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Police say a sex offender pretended to be a grandfather tagging along for a field trip when a teacher caught him offering a 12-year-old boy candy at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Science Center.
A Pittsburgh-area charter school has fired a dance instructor who's accused of sending explicit text messages to a 13-year-old student.
A man and woman in northeast Ohio have been charged with child endangering after police say the pair passed out from drug use with a toddler in a freezing car.
A parks agency in Dayton has sold a mansion it owns to a current employee for $79,000 after listing it on the market for more than two years at more than $250,000.
Former Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett has been released from probation early.
The director fired last year for ignoring a "sexualized culture" inside the Ohio State University marching band says the job description for his replacement reads like it was made for him: So he applied.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited and fined a northeast Ohio company for failing to protect employees after a worker was crushed to death in an industrial machine last year.
The state of Ohio is proposing more fines for distracted driving, with the money going to help subsidize driver's education courses for those who can't afford them.
A former Ohio National Guardsman who says his pet ducks help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression is appealing his conviction for violating a village ban on keeping such animals.
A musical tribute is scheduled March 7 at Tamarack for Little Jimmy Dickens, the late Grand Old Opry legend who was raised in Bolt.
Nearly 70 hospitals and health systems will be represented at the West Virginia Legislature as the industry seeks to influence health-care legislation.
High school juniors have until April 10th to apply for a chance at a full scholarship at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Mon Power and Potomac Edison say West Virginia regulators have approved a rate case settlement that will result in a rate increase for customers.