The cause of the 4:45 p.m. outage was being investigated; it affected a half dozen bars, restaurants and businesses.
State police said Cleophus Jackson, 33, of New Castle died in the crash, which took place shortly before 1 p.m. along Route 208.
Keith Jordan Lambing is charged with rape and criminal homicide in the death of his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, Bentley Miller.
The Zambelli fireworks business entered the plea after failing to report more than 63,000 fireworks that were apparently stolen.
A large, commercial truck overturned on Metz Road in Richland around 7 a.m. today.
Lindy Paving Inc. will repave Interstate 79 between Zelienople and Cranberry, limiting traffic to one lane in each direction until October.
Butler fire departments faced an “anxious situation” as the blaze moved rapidly through the three-story building.
The robbery occurred about 3:40 p.m. at the Huntington Bank on Freeport Road.
Four environmental organizations file notice of intent to sue to get Allegheny Ludlum in Brackenridge to reduce air pollution.
The increase is needed to meet pension contributions as well as higher costs for salaries, benefits and operating expenses, officials say.
Janet Jai, who was struck by a dirt bike Jan. 20 on Freeport Road, is offering a reward in an effort to identify the driver.
A number of school districts in the region offer student-run businesses for special needs students to gain skills.
Police said Keith Jordan Lambing, 20, who was taking care of the child for the boy’s mother, was found in an abandoned house in Butler City.
On the eve of the U.S. House vote on the proposed American Health Care Act, Keith Rothfus sent a questionnaire to those on his email list.
Police say they want to talk to Keith Jordan Lambing, describing him as “a person of interest,” but there’s no warrant for his arrest.
Police say the assault happened in the parking lot; the woman was transporting the man back to the Mercer County Jail.
Cory Bargerstock, 42, was indicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Michael T. Vernillo landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He died this month at the age of 98.
Work to upgrade Interstate 279 will include improving more than 100 bridges, walls, signs and light fixtures over two years.
Laurel Michelle Schlemmer will be sentenced on June 8 for killing Luke, 3, and Daniel, 6, on April 1, 2014.
Travis Glies, 38, was sentenced Thursday to 18 years in federal prison for taking sexually explicit digital images of a young girl.
Police said Teresa Drum tried to make her husband Dennis’s shooting death in February look like a suicide.
Classroom sinks and water fountains have been turned off, and students and staff have access to water bottles at the Springdale school.
The shooting was reported at 10:18 a.m. at an apartment along Wick Street, according to county emergency officials.
The school board awarded the contract to another company after the district solicitor said the board had misread the specifications.
Plans for the development, which has sparked controversy, call for over 500 housing units plus commercial building space.
The agreement gives the workers an average pay raise of 2.88 percent over the five-year pact.
North Huntingdon commissioners have delayed a vote on a cell phone tower planned for the Kerber Farm.
The school board had sought bids, in part to save money, after the district’s contract with First Student ends June 30.
Towns, the state and other entities join forces to address problems that leave some areas under water when it rains.
The 450-acre tract in Elizabeth Township, Liberty and Lincoln, is the largest privately protected conservation area in Allegheny County.
Laurel Michelle Schlemmer will be sentenced June 8 by Judge Jeffrey A. Manning.
Shaun Rolly, 47, was found dead about 8:20 a.m. Monday at his home on Johnston Street in Crafton.
Over the past few days, a number of students at South Butler Primary School have been suffering from symptoms related to the norovirus
The 2½-year project will widen an eight-mile stretch of highway from Hampton to Harmar.
Pittsburgh judge provides the most detailed legal opinion yet about the argument that the students are protected by the 14th Amendment.
Laurel Schlemmer, 43, said she drowned her children because she believed it would be better for them if they went to heaven.
Former owners and former CFO have indicated they will admit to defrauding U.S. Army
The commissioners have introduced a measure that would allow housing, retail and other uses on the same lot.
The North Hills school board approved a tax break for the second phase of The Block Northway after receiving additional information from
Two programs are planned -— one on the benefits of yoga and one on the diagnosis, prevention and recognition of eating disorders.
West Deer first must reinforce old ventilation shafts at the site after one caved in last year, exposing a hole more than 15 feet deep.
From fairs to air shows, concerts to museums, southwestern Pennsylvania offers myriad ways to enjoy leisure time.
The husband of Laurel Michelle Schlemmer, accused of killing her two sons, is confronted about alleged past abuses.
State police at New Castle said Frank W. Wratny, 91, of 9 Spring St., Union was killed in a standoff.
Twenty-one windows stolen from vacant former Lutheran sanctuary in Perry South
The prosecution says Laurel Schlemmer ran her sons Luke and Daniel over with her car a year before their deaths.
Justin Bartlett, 25, was ordered to stand trial Wednesday on charges he fatally stabbed his neighbor, Linda McGinnis, 63.
The state Commonwealth Court upheld a lower court’s decision to deny TREK’s request for bigger height and floor plans.
The body of Courtney Adaire Stone, of Stoner Drive in Portersville, was found in a field off of Fox Road in Slippery Rock Township.