Jonathan White, 24, is being held on a $1 million bond.
West Virginia's attorney general has accused one of the nation's largest drug wholesalers of flooding the state with tens of millions of doses of prescription pills in violation of state law.
A New Jersey man is going to prison for collecting Social Security benefits for nearly three decades under a scheme that was planned by his father.
Columbia Gas Transmission has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a natural gas pipeline project in West Virginia and Virginia.
State Police have charged a man in an accident that killed a female pedestrian in southern West Virginia.
Ralph Ford has been name chancellor of Penn State Behrend near Erie.
The latest developments in the sentencing for two men convicted in the 2013 Philadelphia building collapse that filled six people: (All times local)
A state trooper who was critically wounded in a 2014 ambush outside his barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania will attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech.
The jackpot for Saturday's Powerball drawing is on the rise.
The Pennsylvania School Boards Association is suing Gov. Tom Wolf and the state Legislature, saying it's illegal and unconstitutional to withhold state and federal school aid during a budget impasse.
A state police fire marshal says an improperly installed wood-burning stove caused a central Pennsylvania house fire that killed a woman and her fiancé's teenage son.
CBS News came to West Virginia, a state that is attempting a drastic solution: allowing addicts to sue the doctors who got them hooked.
Dallas Acoff will have his first court appearance Friday afternoon.
A man charged with robbing a Pittsburgh bank was jailed after he showed up to fight a traffic ticket in court.