A local child advocacy group hosted their annual breakfast on Wednesday morning to introduce board members and elected officials to the facility and services.
Police are looking for someone who stole Christmas presents intended for a woman's young children after breaking into her southwestern Pennsylvania home.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra musical director Manfred Honeck will conduct the music during the Vatican's Christmas Eve Mass.
Before anyone else tells her, Cathy Roman knows the "Going Out of Business" sign in the window of her Pennsylvania appliance store is upside down.
One of Pittsburgh's biggest charities is donating $9 million toward Invest in US, a national campaign announced by President Barack Obama to fund and promote early education programs.
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf is naming a top campaign adviser and a former fellow cabinet member under ex-Gov. Ed Rendell to key positions in his office.
A bill that would impose some of the nation's most stringent abortion restrictions is set for a Wednesday floor vote in the Ohio House.
Ohio would join 44 other states and the District of Columbia in establishing a state poet laureate under legislation on its way to the governor.
Pennsylvania's auditor general says more accountability is needed in state programs designed to create jobs.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - A Putnam County woman won't face charges after a loaded gun was found in her carry-on bag at Yeager Airport. The Transportation Security Administration says TSA officers staffing X-ray machines at a checkpoint detected the .380-caliber semi-automatic handgun Wednesday morning. The agency says the gun was loaded with seven rounds, including one in the chamber. Yeager Airport Police confiscated the gun but chose not to arrest the Scott Depot woman. The federal agency sa...
A Putnam County woman won't face charges after a loaded gun was found in her carry-on bag at Yeager Airport.
CLEVELAND (AP) - A federal judge has scheduled a resentencing date for those convicted in the Amish beard- and hair-cutting case. Sixteen members of a southeast Ohio Amish sect are scheduled to be resentenced Feb. 24 after the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned their hate crimes convictions earlier this year. New sentences are required because the original sentences were based on the hate-crimes convictions and convictions on other charges and did not differentiate between them. All...
A St. Albans woman will spend up to 70 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing her mother.
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A California man was scheduled for sentencing by a federal judge in Pittsburgh on charges that he traveled to western Pennsylvania intending to have sex with a 14-year-old girl. Sixty-nine-year-old Edward Hilts, of Fallbrook, California, was arrested in October 2009 when he flew to Pittsburgh after corresponding with an Allegheny County detective posing as the girl. A jury in June rejected defense claims that Hilts had been trapped in a "loveless marriage" and was really loo...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A bill requiring a police officer's presence for tickets to be issued from traffic cameras is headed to the full Ohio House for a vote. The legislation would regulate the statewide use of the traffic-monitoring devices. A House panel passed it Wednesday along party lines. After surging in use, traffic cameras have faced increasing pushback, including legal challenges to their constitutionality and criticism that they're nothing more than money-makers for cities. Voters i...
Another Virginia county is opposing a proposed interstate natural gas pipeline.
A northeast Pennsylvania prosecutor says a police officer was justified when he wounded a suspect last month in a shopping center parking lot.
An inmate at Huttonsville Correctional Center faces more time behind bars after pleading guilty to having drugs in the prison.
A sweeping Statehouse probe into lobbying by the payday lending industry culminates this month in sentencings for two more Ohio lawmakers.