AEP and its operating companies collected the money from April 2009 to May 2011 to help compensate for certain risks associated with being a “provider of last resort.”
Twenty-six companies including Tokyo-based Bridgestone have pleaded guilty or agreed to plead guilty in the Justice Department’s ongoing probe into price fixing and bid rigging.
State police have arrested a central Pennsylvania woman they allege was “huffing” from a can of dust cleaner before she crashed her car into another vehicle, killing the driver.
Dental records will be used to confirm the identity of the victim, who is believed to be the husband of a 76-year-old woman who was able to escape the fire.
In court documents obtained by The Associated Press, authorities describe “horrific” conditions the children were subjected to by their mother, stepfather and grandmother in their home in Wheelersburg.
Republican state Rep. Pete Beck was indicted Thursday on dozens of new charges, including one alleging a pattern of corruption.
Neshannock Memorial Elementary School parents and staff established a relief fund today for a Pennsylvania family who lost their home in a Wednesday morning fire.
A statewide youth wrestling tournament is heading back to the Valley.
A Cuyahoga Falls man is facing federal charges after he tried to by a child on the internet and met with undercover officers in Alliance.
Two Trumbull County men are facing charges after police say they kidnapped a local soldier and forced him to withdraw money from his bank account.
Customers in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys could see some changes to their cable service.
Safety regulators said the ignition switch can malfunction, switching off the engine.
Thursday is a critical day for a Youngstown baby who is battling cancer. A series of tests will be conducted to see if treatments have worked.
A judge says that a University of Pittsburgh medical researcher jailed on charges he fatally poisoned his neurologist wife with cyanide can use money in his own bank accounts to pay for his defense.
A man from the heart of Pennsylvania’s Amish country faces charges in a drive-by shooting that killed a horse pulling a buggy with five people inside.
Huge disparities are emerging in how well states are living up to federal enrollment targets, and that will help determine if the White House reaches its unofficial goal of having 7 million signed up by the end of March.
President Ben Shelly supports the idea of a junk food tax as a way to combat high rates of diabetes and obesity among tribal members and encourage healthy lifestyles.
A gaping sinkhole opened beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky and swallowed eight prized cars like they were toys.
About two dozen people were believed injured during the clashes and were being treated at hospitals, although the government did not provide a tally of casualties.
Sochi isn’t the only place you can catch Olympians.