The man who threatened to kill a clerk at a local gas station before running off with the money found out how much time he must spend behind bars.
A man accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a 14-year-old child is now allowed to return to his home.
The man accused of breaking into the Shooting Star Cafe and taking more than $1,000 appeared in court on Wednesday.
Jefferson County Chief Probation Officer Fred Abdalla Jr. works with kids on a daily basis. Each day has it highs and lows, but it was an incident involving two kids with a gun that occurred on Tuesday night that has caused him to finally put his foot down.
The first notice of appeal has been filed in an attempt to halt the planned $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion lawsuits.
A New Jersey school district has fired a teacher whose third-grade class wrote "get well" letters to a sick inmate convicted of killing a Philadelphia police officer.
The family and employer of a Maryland man believed to have been on an Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia are trying to find him.
Family members as well as veterans are all buried in The Riverview Cemetary in Martins Ferry, but within the last 10 years citizens say its took a turn for the worse.
The Pennsylvania Senate has given its approval to five more of Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet members.
Ex-Freedom Industries President Gary Southern faces a new federal fraud charge stemming from the company's bankruptcy.
The money raised by this year's Ogden Half Marathon in Wheeling will be given to Ohio Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Inc. which provides specially made products for breast cancer patients during and after treatment.Strength for Life is one of those products. It's a fitness program designed for breast cancer patients and survivors to restore any muscle, strength or even dignity lost during their treatment.Idorna Kimbro is a member of Strength for Life and says she recommends the program to oth...
Every year when the racers' feet hit the Wheeling streets for the Ogden Half Marathon, their hearts start pounding but they're in the right place.The money raised by this year's race will be given to Ohio Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Inc. which provides specially made products for breast cancer patients during and after treatment."We are going to be able to provide the products needed here in the Valley and it will stay, all the products and money will stay here in the Valley which will all...