Defense lawyers for six Philadelphia narcotics officers charged with robbing and beating drug dealers say the government is trying to "whitewash" problems with their case on the eve of trial.
An Akron family physician has been given five years and three months in federal prison for illegally distributing more than 30,000 doses of prescription painkillers from August 2011 through October 2012.
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to mark St. Patrick's Day near the northeastern Pennsylvania city where he spent his childhood.
A Greenbrier High School student will represent West Virginia in Washington next month at the national finals of Poetry Out Loud, a competition to encourage more interest in poetry among young people.
Registration is open to the Governor's Internship Program, which assists college students snare summer jobs.
Chunks of ice that have pushed up into low-lying areas have damaged fences, kiosks and other structures in at least two parks along the Maumee (maw-MEE') River near Toledo.
A leak here, a drippy faucet there - it all adds up to more than 1 trillion gallons of water lost annually in the U.S.
The football teams at Marshall and West Virginia will be holding separate spring workouts at The Greenbrier resort next month.
Pittsburgh's top federal prosecutor is teaming up with district attorneys in four counties in hopes of "choking" the flow of guns and drugs into western Pennsylvania.
A FedEX plane has landed safely at Philadelphia International Airport after a fire indicator light went on but no fire was found.
Four death row inmates challenging an Ohio law that shields the names of companies providing lethal injection drugs have appealed a judge's dismissal of their lawsuit. The inmates argue the new law violates free speech rights.
A man suspected of stealing a car spray-painted his face black in an attempt to evade police in Central California. The Fresno Bee reports Monday (http://bit.ly/1NZG1dP ) that 23-year-old Jose Espinoza ran from police after being caught with a stolen car.
"You're putting firearms in the hands of people out there that again haven't demonstrated any competence with them," said Ohio County Magistrate Joe Roxby.
A McMechen man was convicted in Federal Court on Monday for crack cocaine trafficking in Ohio County.
A major town hall meeting on Tuesday night in Beech Bottom will give more information about the new power plants in the works.
ATT says it has upgraded its wireless and wired networks in West Virginia to improve reliability, coverage, speed and performance.
A Philadelphia university says an ice cream deliveryman has been stabbed in the bathroom at a campus dining hall, putting the school on lockdown for 45 minutes.
Authorities say a small plane slid off the runway at a western Pennsylvania airport, but no one was injured.
Four death row inmates challenging an Ohio law that shields the names of companies providing lethal injection drugs have appealed a judge's dismissal of their lawsuit.