West Virginia University's Personal Rapid Transit System has shut down for maintenance and upgrades.
A Washington, D.C. man who collapsed just before finishing the Pittsburgh Marathon has been released from the hospital with a defibrillator implanted in his chest.
An Ohio trucker has pleaded guilty to stealing merchandise during a delivery to a Cabela's facility in West Virginia.
Police were continuing to search for the person who fatally shot a county worker at an auto parts shop in southwestern Pennsylvania.
A jury will hear arguments and more evidence Tuesday as the death penalty phase of a trial starts for a Pennsylvania man found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his estranged girlfriend.
Powerful storms have swept through western Pennsylvania, knocking out power to thousands of homes and closing several schools.
Authorities say a Philadelphia apartment building fire that left one person dead and four others injured was intentionally set.
A 20-year-old special needs student is recovering after rocks and construction debris were hurled at her school bus in west Philadelphia.
Two bills were signed by West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to assist in the growing beer and tourism industries of the state.
As of 3:00 am Tuesday, no arrests had been made.
Pennsylvania state lawmakers are expected to debate a Republican-penned proposal to cut billions from local school property taxes and replace the money with higher sales and income taxes.
A Senate hearing is set for Gov. Tom Wolf's nomination of Pedro Cortes for a second stint as Pennsylvania's secretary of state.
A West Virginia woman accused of deliberately making her 9-year-old son sick by contaminating his IV with fecal matter at a Cincinnati hospital is set to have a trial date scheduled after she rejected a proposed plea deal.
A man has been found dead after a five-hour standoff with police in eastern Pennsylvania.
Hundreds of gun-rights supporters are set to converge on the steps of the Pennsylvania Capitol for the annual Second Amendment Action Day.
The deadline for West Virginia lobbyists to file their lobbyist activity reports is nearing.
After 42 years behind bars, a central Pennsylvania woman has been released from prison, pending a new trial in a double-murder arson case.