State geologists in Ohio have for the first time linked earthquake activity in the Marcellus Shale basin to hydraulic fracturing, confirming the suspicions of activists pushing for drilling limits in the interest of public health.
A federal judge says he will strike down part of Ohio’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage, meaning the state must recognize marriages of gay couples who legally wed elsewhere.
It’s a day for celebrating at The Meadows. It’s the opening of a new dining attraction, The Carvery.”
Pittsburghers are being credited with solving the mystery of a missing teenager.
About 1,000 employees from Verizon Wireless in Cranberry and Warrendale have learned they have to move in order to keep their current jobs.
Electricity demand has spiked across central and eastern states hit by severe cold, and power grid authorities are asking people to conserve energy when possible.
Four eastern Ohio school workers have entered not guilty pleas to charges stemming from a grand jury investigation into other alleged crimes spurred by the rape of a 16-year-old girl.
The driver of a tanker truck says sneezing caused his accident, which spilled corn syrup all over a highway, and a traffic backups for miles.
We’re getting deep into the season of stress and anxiety.
More indictments were announced in connection with the investigation into the rape of a 16-year-old girl by two high school football players in Ohio last year.
Three DFW furniture stores in the Pittsburgh area have closed their doors, after the Columbus, Ohio-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Police spent part of Monday afternoon tracking down a man after it was reported he abducted his estranged wife against her will.
A school administrator facing charges in connection with the rape of a 16-year-old girl by two high school football players last year was arraigned Wednesday afternoon. KDKA’s Harold Hayes reports.
An employee with the Steubenville City School District has been indicted in connection with a controversial rape case that brought international media attention to the small Ohio town.
An Ohio grand jury investigating whether other laws were broken in connection with the rape of a 16-year-old girl by two high school football players last year has issued its first indictment, charging a school employee with interfering with a criminal matter.