GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to speak in Johnstown this afternoon.
The former PSU assistant football coach suing the university says he was angered when told he couldn't return to team facilities.
Twitter, Spotify, Reddit and The New York Times, among other sites, were all reported to be disrupted.
The presidential campaign will again make its rounds in Western Pennsylvania over the next several days.
Oklahoma and two other states say they have denied a request by Russian officials to be present at polling places on Election Day.
After the work is complete, all four lanes of the Liberty Bridge will reopen to traffic.
The Republican nominee’s statement Wednesday night was widely seen as a major break with a tradition of respecting election results.
Students at Carlynton High School have decorated the borough-owned golf course for Halloween and are operating the course as a fundraiser.
Heavy demand had prevented some voters from registering online.
The decrease in trained monitors is a result of a Supreme Court opinion that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
The age of the Republican presidential nominee has complicated a rite of passage for many young conservatives.
Just 24 hours after their third and final debate, the roast was their last face-to-face showdown before Election Day.
The first U.S. combat death since the operation began was the result of a roadside bomb explosion north of the Islamic State-held city.
Plus: toddlers with guns; police officer charged; Planet Nine’s existence; Takata air bag death; and more.
Moscow billed its brief, unilateral cease-fire as a good-will gesture.
Plus: banking on trade deal; sharing U.S. intelligence; North Korea fails test; and more.
Rodrigo Duterte’s remarks came after his nation and China agreed to resume dialogue on their South China Sea territorial dispute.
Investigators have not indicated a motive, but the suspect may have been holding a grudge against local police for 45 years.
In a poor Alabama community, 500 gallons of an odorant spilled into the soil and groundwater, according to state environmental officials.
The men were convicted — tens of thousands of them — of crimes like buggery, gross indecency and loitering with intent.
He proposed providing larger tax credits to encourage young adults to buy coverage through the marketplaces and raising income thresholds.
The agency had sufficient authority and information to issue an emergency order, its inspector general said Thursday.
The agency is concerned that mosquitoes are spreading Zika throughout the county, not just in the identified zones.
The closure begins at 8 p.m. to allow crews to remove barriers and return lane markings and will reopen Monday.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, recognizing the realities of life, has released new recommendations on childrens’ media use.
Mr. Filoni died Saturday of heart failure at Allegheny General Hospital. He was 74.
Mary Cavasina served as assistant chief and physician of the local fire department from 1962 to 1989 and gave members free physicals.
Penn State University study reveals negatives and positives of viewing selfies on social media.
The state counted about 1,000 more people unemployed — not enough to budge the jobless rate in a workforce of 6.5 million people.
Last month a Common Pleas judge denied the district’s request to arm its school police officers and said the officers needed more training.
The new policy applies to students, visitors and employees and covers schools, parking lots and stadiums.
The board also has approved a new policy on when the public may use district facilities.
The school board heard some opposition to the creation of the club.
The raise is intended to put the district’s pay amount at or above what other districts pay to ensure a sufficient supply of substitutes.
Mars will celebrate New Year’s Day on the planet that shares its name, holding a challenge for students from a number of districts.
Michelle Stepnick, who stepped down from the board, said she has rescinded her resignation, but eight other people are vying for the seat.
The transit company will pay the consultant $2.4 million to provide preliminary engineering to help its application for federal funding.
The State System was still calculating how many of its 5,000-plus faculty members were showing up to teach at its 14 universities.
Environmental groups ask the EPA to sanction Allegheny County Health Department for deficiencies in issuing Title V permits.
The game against Sto-Rox will begin at 4:30 p.m. and attendance is open only to parents of football players.
The latest ad opens with her from her days on the basketball team at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls in Northeast Philadelphia.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority board backed off some changes in all-day and lease rates that would have taken effect in August.
The secretary of the commonwealth says Donald Trump’s contrarian view “is not only wrong and uninformed, it is also dangerous.”
PennDOT announced the contractor will not have to close the Liberty Bridge and Tunnel tonight but will have to close them over the weekend.
An AP Fact Check finds that in the last debate, Donald Trump painted an inaccurately dark portrait of manufacturing in America.
Turkish military confirmed its warplanes had carried out 26 air strikes and that it had killed between 160 and 200 fighters.
In front of horrified crowds, the van suddenly charged backward then sprinted forward twice over a space of about 60 feet.
There was a heavier-than-usual number of changes to Indiana records. Elsewhere, extensions were denied in North Carolina and Georgia.
African-American activists and organizers have taken it upon themselves to challenge peers to consider the consequences of a Trump win.
In a separate video, Scott Foval muses to an undercover James O’Keefe associate about how it would be easier to get away with voter fraud.