A Pittsburgh church is considering installing surveillance cameras after two visiting priests were hit by paintballs over the weekend.
The former business partner of a veteran Philadelphia congressman's son being tried for federal bank fraud says the defendant blew money from business loans on luxury items.
A Democratic candidate is citing unproven sex-abuse allegations against comedian Bill Cosby in a TV ad attacking his Republican opponent.
A Philadelphia woman who prosecutors say offered her 6-year-old daughter for sex on Internet chat rooms is going to prison for 25 years.
Police have been searching for a 69-year-old woman who may have walked away disoriented as her northeastern Pennsylvania house went up in flames.
Some Pennsylvania school buses will have more than just pupils on board.
A man who police say fired a semi-automatic rifle at officers in the parking lot of a northeastern Pennsylvania shopping center has been arraigned in his hospital bed.
"Baby you can drive my truck." Yeah, you heard right.
Philadelphia police were looking for whoever shot a 13-year-old boy and his older brother.
The U.S. Navy has announced it will name a ship after Hershel "Woody" Williams, a West Virginia World War II veteran and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient.
Police say an 11-year-old girl is facing charges after she allegedly brought two knives to a football game at a western Pennsylvania high school.
By JESSICA GRESKO Associated Press A free black man convicted of helping slaves escape to freedom in the 19th century is to be posthumously pardoned by Delaware's governor.
President Barack Obama will take steps to improve doctor training and ease access to drug treatment as part of an effort to help communities battling the scourge of heroin and prescription painkiller abuse.
Officials say two Philadelphia police officers, a firefighter and a civilian were injured in a house fire.
Coal industry supporters are planning a rally in Charleston to protest federal policies.
The College Foundation of West Virginia is coordinating college preparation help at more than 400 locations across the state this week.
A welcome center is being built at the site of the Boy Scouts of America's National Jamboree in southern West Virginia.