Oklahoma legislators are getting a 35.6% raise.
PITMAN — A Christmas tree from a lower Northumberland County farm is headed to the White House for this holiday season.
Running hundreds of feet along the floor through the center of Mounds Mall, a high-pressure hose supplies water to the Dr. Tavel Family Eye Care store.
SHAMOKIN — A 3-year-old child remains in critical condition with a 10-percent chance at survival after Northumberland County District Attorney Tony Matulewicz said the child was beaten so severely by a 19-year-old Trevorton man that part of the child's brain had to be removed.
LEWISBURG, Pennsylvania — Because her surgeon reluctantly sacrificed sleeping in on a Saturday to attend a 6:15 a.m. lecture, Kathy Lahr awoke from her mastectomy with no pain.
A small group of family and friends were joined by an Oklahoma City activist outside the Ada Police Department at noon Wednesday to protest what they characterize as police mishandling of an incident which left 36-year-old Anthony Meely dead.
NEW ALBANY — More than 20 years ago, Judy Shepard and her family faced a devastating loss when her son, Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was brutally beaten and left to die.
TRI-COUNTY — Every day many residents in the Tri-County go about their daily routines, jumping in their vehicles rushing to work, dropping children off at school, running errands, going to the grocery store, library, after school practices and so forth, often taking their mode of transportation for granted.
Ken Gulla didn’t want a pile of presents or a big party for his 87th birthday last month. All he wanted was a chance to do one of his favorite things in the world.
DANVILLE, Pennsylvania — Three infants being treated at the neonatal intensive care unit in a central Pennsylvania hospital have died since early August, hospital officials said this week.
SUNBURY — State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) officials await a final report and recommendation on how to repair the air piping system of the Adam T. Bower Memorial Dam.
Senior Christina Bambrough, 17, already has two years of work experience at McDonald’s, but as she progresses to the next level of her work life, she hopes a new perk offered at Alexandria-Monroe Jr.-Sr. High School will help her get ahead.
Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings said he would not pursue charges against an Anderson police lieutenant accused of attacking a Greenfield man in downtown Pendleton.
Despite a giant battle over wind farms in Clinton County for the last three years, it doesn’t look like the same interest is here in Boone County.
More than 60 Oklahoma cities, counties and tribes are in the midst of litigation with drug companies such as Purdue Pharma and Johnson & Johnson in federal court.
Two priests with ties to Enid and Northwest Oklahoma are among 11 priests found to have faced substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of minors, in a report released Thursday.
Convicted killer Norman Gundrum Jr. could be released from jail in the next six months after Northumberland County Judge Paige Rosini resentenced him to time served to life for a 1993 murder when he was 16-years-old.
CLARKSVILLE — Firefighters in Clarksville are working toward improving safety within the town, as well as strengthening relationships with the town council, by starting a political action committee.
Beginning day enrollment for the various public, private and upper education institutions operating in Cherokee County have remained equal to or are greater than the previous year, with the exception of one district, which is still dealing with loss due to a natural disaster in April.
Vape companies and electronic cigarette manufacturers are receiving some pushback from lawmakers and the public, after a recent string of deaths and hundreds of lung illnesses have recently occurred, which health professionals are linking to e-cigarettes use.
With the adoption of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and the prospect of legalized recreational marijuana, law enforcement officials say they have grave concerns about enforcing DUI laws and the possibility that it could lead to abuse of harder addictive drugs.
Hundreds gathered at American Legion Post 346 in Terre Haute on Sunday afternoon to celebrate the accomplishments of, “a true American and French hero.”Joined by local and state dignitaries and the Consul General of France to the Midwest, Jimmie Roye
ATLANTA — Dawn Wood’s son suffered serious injuries in a car accident at age 17. Doctors prescribed a handful of painkillers — oxycontin and hydrocodone.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said he thinks residents are ready for the state to legalize adult recreational use of marijuana based on the responses from the public prompted by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s statewide listening tour on the issue.
EMPIRE -- Empire Public Schools Superintendent Justin Smith released a statement early Thursday morning regarding a threat that was made toward the school and investigated late Wednesday.
It’s a long way in both miles and society from California to Anderson, but a couple has made the relocation to start a business that is revitalizing vacant houses.
A jury sitting in federal court in Johnstown on Wednesday found a Johnstown man guilty of distributing crack cocaine in the city in 2017, rejecting his attorney’s argument that he was “set up” by a confidential informant.
Gov. Kevin Stitt’s pick to head the Commissioners of the Land Office lacks the advanced degree needed to become permanent secretary and has owned a company involved in legal disputes over oil and gas leases.
CLARKSVILLE — Roughly two years after a dilapidated Clarksville motel closed following fire code violations, the space is seeing new life.
A Meadville area man is serving a life sentence without parole in North Carolina for the January 2017 murder of an elderly Statesville, N.C., businessman.
LONDON — When Chris Larkey took over as North Laurel head football coach in 2009, his main goal was to turn the Jaguar football program into a consistent winner.
Though local superintendents say nothing in their proposed 2020 budgets is a surprise, there is a new wrinkle that likely will affect the bottom line: The General Assembly earlier this year reinstated a second annual daily membership count.
A Muskogee man was ordered to serve 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to a charge stemming from the death of the former Warner police chief's wife.
NORMAN -- Over 4,000 people from across Oklahoma filled Reaves Park Sunday afternoon to hear from 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.
University Place Christian Church recently sent a van load of clothing and supplies collected from the Enid community to assist immigrant children on the United States-Mexico border.
Three local firefighters allege Bruce Stanley, a member of the Madison-Grant United School Corp. Board of Trustees, ordered them to tell bus driver James R. Sizelove to keep his mouth shut about the reconfiguration that is expected to be put to a vote on Monday.