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.
The Transportation Security Administration will conduct several full-scale training exercises at Yeager Airport in the middle-of-the-night.
The United States Attorney's Office announced that Bruce Silver, 55, was convicted in federal court on Monday after he admitted to using his position to steal merchandise.
It was one of only seven across West Virginia to receive the recognition.
A Jefferson County man charged with pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor and illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance made his first appearance in court on Monday afternoon.
A Belmont County woman was rushed to the hospital, and her husband was taken to jail after an incident early Monday morning.
A bill in the Ohio Legislature would make it mandatory for all bicyclists 16 and younger to wear a helmet. It's backed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, which says that 75 percent of all bike fatalities could have been prevented by wearing one.
A Pennsylvania man is fighting for his life after falling from a tractor trailer in Ohio County.Police said the incident unfolded when 21-year-old Darren Decker was thrown out of Jill's Lounge in Dallas Pike.
Every year, 2.2 trillion text messages are sent by cell phone customers in the United States. People take their cell phones everywhere, to work, school, on errands, to bed, and even to the bathroom. But what qualifies as addiction?
Showers and thunderstorms heading into our viewing area. Maybe after 6:30 pm along Interstate-77 and before 8 pm along the Ohio River.
A newly expanded medical marijuana bill is expected to pass the Pennsylvania Senate, although its prospects remain unclear in the House.
It's common knowledge that the four bloody years of the American Civil War came to an end when Southern Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox - but it's not true. The final land battle of the war wasn't fought until more than a month later,