Environmental groups are planning a protest against the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline.
A Penn State University Board of Trustees has resigned, saying he regrets firing football coach Joe Paterno.
An Erie restaurant has agreed to pay a former worker $20,000 to settle a federal sexual harassment lawsuit.
A Philadelphia man has been ordered to stand trial for the alleged attack of a blind man in broad daylight.
A western Pennsylvania school bus driver has been suspended and charged with child endangerment for allegedly making two unruly teens get off the bus about three miles from their stop.
A southwestern Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty in the beating death of her 4-year-old son as jury selection continues for the death penalty trial of her boyfriend.
The number of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees targeted by identity thieves in a bogus federal tax return scheme is now more than 300.
The coroner says a 21-year-old college student who died of hypothermia last month was also legally drunk.
State police say a car that crashed into a vehicle driven by a Republican state senator from northwestern Pennsylvania was being driven by a 13-year-old boy who stole it.
A Roman Catholic priest accused of molesting an altar boy has briefly taken the stand in Philadelphia and denied the charge.
Police in Lancaster County said a woman spent the night in a 24-hour Walmart with her three young children before being arrested as she left the following morning with more than $500 in stolen merchandise.
A western Pennsylvania jury has found a man guilty of all charges in the throat slashing of a Pittsburgh bicyclist.
Regulators say bad winter weather once again kept gamblers away from Pennsylvania casinos.
The bishop and priests of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh were marking the beginning of Lent with “ashes to go” at several nontraditional locations, in hopes of reaching people who cannot, or would not feel comfortable, attending an Ash Wednesday service at church.
Pittsburgh’s new mayor says he’ll meet with the chief executive of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in hopes of mediating a dispute involving labor protesters pushing for higher blue-collar wages, as well as ongoing disputes involving the hospital network’s nonprofit status and other issues.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has laid off 17 support staff, including 14 phone sales reps who may be able to apply for jobs with a vendor being hired to do telemarketing.
A western Pennsylvania jury has heard a recorded interview in which a defendant told authorities that he felt “euphoric” after slashing the throat of a Pittsburgh bicyclist.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a Pittsburgh bar shooting that left one man dead and four others wounded.
Andre Lamar Davis, 22, of Pittsburgh was found guilty in Allegheny County Court on Tuesday in the deaths of Angela Proctor, 51, and Manning Proctor, 22, on March 13, 2012.
Officials with a western Pennsylvania nuclear power plant and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission say an “unusual event” report was spawned by a false fire alarm.