A western Pennsylvania county plans to close its juvenile detention center by June 30.
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs will address graduates of Robert Morris University near Pittsburgh.
A coroner has identified a physician and his nurse fiancée as the victims in a fatal western Pennsylvania house fire.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear arguments about whether counties can be sued for not providing enough funding for public defenders.
The Ohio Military Hall of Fame for Valor will induct 20 veterans into this year's class.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is celebrating its newest flight to the nation's capital ahead of the Republican National Convention.
Two bullets went into a home in Philadelphia, missing 12 people, after a man was shot outside.
Police say two teenagers found human skeletal remains behind a store in a northeast Ohio city.
Investigators are looking for the cause of an early-morning blaze that ripped through five homes in western Pennsylvania.
Authorities say a man who was attacked by a suspect armed with a handgun and baseball bat in a home invasion in eastern Pennsylvania has died.
A 56-year-old west Philadelphia man has been ordered to stand trial in a random stabbing rampage that left one man dead.
West Virginia State police say two people have been killed after a crash in Montrose.
West Virginia officials have reached a $4.9 million settlement with Rite Aid in a dispute involving cost savings stemming from generic prescription drugs sales.
A traveling exhibit about the late U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd is opening later this month in Shepherdstown.
A witness says a 36-year-old Philadelphia police officer hurled racial epithets, pulled up his shirt to reveal his gun and threatened to shoot a man during an off-duty traffic mishap more than two years ago.