A hearing is planned as a judge considers whether to release a stun-gun video that shows a central Pennsylvania police officer shooting to death an armed man.
City officials are encouraging workers to make sure their employers know about new rules under Philadelphia's new paid sick leave legislation.
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An Amtrak train has crashed in Philadelphia, and several people appear to be injured.
Voters in New Cumberland headed to the polls today as three council seats were up for grabs.
One of the very first events to get things underway this year was held Tuesday night to announce the 2015 Italian-American of the year.
On Tuesday night, WesBanco held its 2nd Annual Emerald Evening Event where hundreds of people representing businesses throughout Brooke and Hancock Counties gathered to support the American Heart Association and a Child's Place CASA.
The K9 Unit at the Steubenville Police Department continues to get support from the community as another donation is made, allowing the department to purchase a brand new K9 cruiser.
West Virginia businessman Jim Justice officially announced his run for governor on Monday in front of 400 people inside the White Sulphur Springs Civic Center. On Tuesday, he made a stop in Wheeling and several others throughout the state to speak with potential voters.
A tourism forum was held on Tuesday evening in Weirton, at the Holiday Inn.
Motorists are advised of several road work projects being done on OH Route 7 in Jefferson County, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT).
The Brooke County Sheriff's Department is looking to hire at least one deputy for the fall.
Susan Hogan, of Wheeling has been named Youth Services System's (YSS) 2015 Good Samaritan.
Police in Philadelphia say a man stealing surveillance cameras was caught in the act by the cameras themselves.
Bonnie Culp of 367 Virginia Park Road in Mt. Olivet heard a popping noise, and moments later her house was filled with smoke and flames. It is now a total loss.
A trial date has been set for Joseph Majewski, 35 of Weirton, who's accused of disciplining his children by shooting them with a BB gun.
Former New Cumberland City Sewer Plant Operator Michael Straub was sentenced on Tuesday to two years for possession of sexually explicit materials depicting minors.