After his son was born, Dutch Martin wondered about the importance of fathers and how he grew up with the absence of his own father.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety conducted the most comprehensive study of it’s kind to look at a driver’s mental distractions.
Girls who were bullied in school fought back against the school district that allowed their torment to continue.
Councilman Matt Drozd announced that he is switching party affiliations and is urging his constituents to not vote for his opponent in the Primary, school board member Tom Baker, who Drozd claims used false statements to trick voters.
Local Leaders of the Boy Scouts of America have voted to include gay boys for the first time into their organization.
Many young athletes are reporting that sports are becoming hurt or be hurt, instead of performing your best.
The Independence Hall Tea Party Association demands that the Obama administration hire a special prosecutor to investigate the recent IRS scandal.
When you eat every meal, aim to add as much color as possible!
Former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin is expected to be sentenced Tuesday after being found guilty in a corruption trial earlier this year.
Consumers in Pennsylvania could pay more on an internet sales tax bill if the legislation passes in a vote later today in the United States Senate.
Butler High School seniors and juniors talk with Mike Pintek about text messaging, social media and the Plan B pill.
The Samsung S4 comes out months before the new iPhone, which will you choose?
As investigators begin to explore the deeper secrets behind the Boston terrorists, even darker questions arise: Are they alone? Is this going to happen again?
Our American Civil Liberties are under concern with the increased fear of suspicious packages. University of Pittsburgh Law Professor John Burkoff analyzed the mind of the two criminals involved in the Boston bombing.
In the haste of rushing to publish the breaking news first, many media outlets neglected to check and double check their information, causing even more confusion. So what’s right, to be first, or to be factual?