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The prospects include defensive tackle Shede Hageman of Minnesota, a possible late first-round pick.
A Lincoln-Lemington resident filed a suit claiming police officers relied on a faulty eyewitness and ignored alibi information.
Lindsay Skocik, 19, of South Union, was driving a Jeep that left the road and rolled over, killing an 18-year-old passenger.
The unidentified buyer would build a hotel on top of the financially troubled center but continue "the organization's mission."
Dubbed the Working Group on Addiction: Prevention, Intervention, Treatment and Recovery, the 18-member group first met April 7.
Jared Boger, 17, one of four students still being hospitalized, is "doing well," his mother said.
In violation of the law, an Ohio doctor was compensated for directing patients to two sites where he practiced medicine.
Actress Kelly McAndrew is forced to leave the solo play because of a family emergency.
The medical examiner's office determined that Kent Hall, 56, died from complications of a gunshot wound to the trunk.
Texas-based National Oilwell Varco will occupy a support facility now under construction.
The medical examiner's office says the partial remains found Tuesday belong to a man in his 30s or 40s, who is still unidentified.
Three teens and a 41-year-old woman are killed in the collision on Route 156. Three other adults are hospitalized.
The winning bid for the April 22 concert at Consol Energy Center nets four tickets and backstage access.
The Women's Law Project with the Office for Civil Rights targets 9 state universities in a legal complaint.
“Be a friend. Be a friend of Jesus. Make friends for Jesus,” the bishop writes in a letter encouraging evangelism.
Four men and a woman are sentenced to 5 years' probation in "Operation Pork Chop."
Lawrence F. Stoken III, 47, of Export, will serve six months of house arrest for misappropriating more than $13,000.
The credit for the boost goes to the market for automotive and aerospace coatings and Europe's economic recovery.
The district attorney's office says Christian Stanfield's actions using his iPad did not rise to the level of a citation.
A reconfigured group of trustees wants a judge to let it oversee the historic 122-year-old amusement park in Crawford County.
Three other people were injured in the crash that happened Wednesday night on Route 156.
James "Garland" Watts, 48, is sought in the fatal shooting of Shawnta Lee, 40, in March 2008.
Council tabled a decision that would allow the creation of bid specifications for subsurface gas drilling under a park.
Police Capt. John Phoennik, a 25-year veteran of the township force, will become acting police chief on Friday.
Columbus was making just the second playoff appearance in franchise history, but it was the Penguins who seemed out of sorts early.
The Reds' starter found the corners in striking out 12 and pitching a complete game as Cincinnati took two of three from the Pirates.
The president and vice president came to highlight the need for educating people and getting them back on the job.
The sophomore was charged with disorderly conduct after recording an incident on his iPad mini.
PNC Financial Services Group this morning reported earnings of $992 million as it set aside less money to cover bad loans and expenses fell.
But the city's attorney says, "We would like to let a court decide this issue before we slap you with a bill."
The school is involved in a federally funded program that saw its former director accused of stealing computer equipment.
The men, all of Washington, Pa., are charged in the March 31 killing of Ta'Naiyah Thomas, who was struck by a shot fired through a door.
New Kensington city police responded at 10:29 p.m. to the 500 block of Fifth Avenue, a county emergency dispatch supervisor said.
Kylee Barletto, 26, will be given credit for the 339 days she's served toward a 5- to 10-year sentence in prison and must pay a $725 fine.
Her landlord, however, responded to her lawsuit saying the family was evicted because she and her biracial children were too loud.
The driver said she was on Route 422 in Plumcreek when something struck the vehicle. No students were on board.
In August 2011, Emile Bizimungu, 32, began trading benefits for cash, then billing the government for food. The total reached $40,000.
Pennsylvania has struggled to get older residents back into the classroom to earn college degrees. But the numbers are improving.
The third annual promotion of craft beer runs April 25 through May 4. "It's just booming in Pittsburgh."
Robert Pace, 25, has been jailed since his arrest five years ago.
The 6-foot-2 freshman point guard will sit out the season, then have three years of eligibility.
Gone Country at the Firehouse Lounge is the 45th establishment closed for not paying the 7 percent tax on all alcoholic drinks.
Sheldon Williams, a former police officer and instructor of the SWAT team, is now a pastor with the Allegheny Center Alliance Church.
The accused are two Washington County men, a Latrobe woman and a dentist based in Robinson.
Anthony Cugini, 54, of Upper St. Clair had been charged with obstruction of justice late last year. He was found dead Jan. 8.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
Hundreds of students visited the school Tuesday during an optional opportunity to readjust to their surroundings.
Sheriff George David also must surrender his collection of 700 guns as he awaits trial on charges of threatening two individuals.
Bob Guzzardi, a Montgomery County businessman, describes himself as a limited-government alternative to the first-term Republican governor.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said he hopes the decision to keep Highmark spurs settlement talks with rival UPMC Health Plan.