National record store day helps spark local business
Many youth gathered to give back to their community.
It is opening day of trout season
Erie Police say Donald Glover, 33, was killed when he lost control of his motorcycle near the intersection of Peach and Cherry Streets Friday afternoon.
Students across the state have been busy this week taking the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment or PSSA's.
A local post office will no longer be sorting mail at their facility beginning this weekend in the city of Erie.
Almost 1 million Walleye eggs are now being prepared for stocking in Presque Isle Bay.
UPMC Hamot is announcing it will now become a kidney transplant center.
The Housing Authority of the City of Erie is raising money to help support stronger and healthier babies.
Opening day of trout season is tomorrow and Erie county's waters are stocked in preparation today.
After 18 months in the making, the new Center for Business Ingenuity at Gannon University is officially open.
It's that senior living center that a judge will now decide whether or not to take off the tax rolls.
Erie police are looking for suspects after a stabbing in the city sends one man to the hospital.
Police are looking for two suspects following a beating that sends a man to the ICU at Hamot.
One motorcyclist is dead after a accident on Peach and Cherry Street.
The weather's warming up and the Erie community is ready to get back on the water, and an event is preparing you for upcoming the paddle-sport season.
The identity of the woman killed in a brutal beating in Warren County has been released.
PA Unemployment Rate at 5.3% in March
For record enthusiasts, especially those who cherish vinyl records, Saturday is your day.
LECOM is just two months away from unveiling it's new senior living center.
Students in our region and around the world began PSSA testing this week.
Victim injured during reported armed robbery
Proceeds benefit the March of Dimes
Danielle Craker of Corry faces criminal homicide charges after she allegedly beat a woman to death in a Warren home Wednesday afternoon.
Host of Science Channel's "Build it Bigger" comes to campus.
6th Annual Comic Relief
DCNR Warning Anglers, Others of High Wildfire Danger
Students said Wednesday was quite the scare after the school went on lock-down, when a student had a air-soft gun in the school.
Downtown Erie may see some changes in the near future in how people will pay for on-street parking.
A wounded veteran has been given a gift that will drastically change his life.
An outbreak of canine flu in Chicago now has local vets asking pet owners to vaccinate their dogs.
Career Expo at The Erie Institute of Technology.
It's a challenge like you have never seen it before, an inflatable 5k is heading to Erie.
A new movement to investigate heroin overdoses takes place after several cases are reported in Pennsylvania.
Police make an arrest in a reported rape in the city of Erie.
An Erie woman waived her preliminary hearing in court this morning following a stabbing in December.
Two arrests have been made, related to the death of a woman in Warren last night.
Andy Gabler surprises a Pay It Forward recipient with a new car.
'Eggs and Issues' meeting discusses impact of projects on the Bayfront.
Police are investigating a rape reported early this morning in the city of Erie.
Erie firefighters made quick work of a fire that damaged a Lynn Street home this morning.
Jeannie Seely makes her return home with a free concert at the Crawford County Fair.
Raising awareness for lack of vocational resources for adults on the autism spectrum
Winner will be announced on May 13th
Thousands hoping their name would be called to "come on down"
Millcreek Police respond to a report of a gun at McDowell Intermediate.
Dozens of nursing and home care workers gathered Wednesday to rally in support of raising their wages to $15 an hour.
Board approves incentive in an effort to get employees to retire which would help close big budget gap.
Officials say the library on wheels is an integral part of reaching out to the community.
Erie Police say that a 15-year-old girl was taken from outside her home near West 21st Street and Cranberry Street around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning.