"The Greatest Show on Earth" has come to Erie, and is encouraging children of all ages to discover and develop their inner superhuman powers and abilities!
Seven girls and 9 horses from the Erie County 4H are headed to Harrisburg to compete in the statewide 4H competition in a variety of classes.
Taelor Taylor, 21, has been missing since October 14th; his family organized a search party Tuesday, hanging posters and visiting places he frequents.
The seniors of the JOY Center say they are done wasting money, time and effort on fighting the Millcreek Township Supervisors over disputed center items.
With gas prices differing drastically between gas stations in Erie and Meadville, many drivers are asking how and why costs can be so different.
Rep. Ryan Bizzarro meets with volunteers, constituents and friends during community gathering at Johnny's Sports Bar.
Friends and family organized a spaghetti dinner to help raise money for Jane Dennington's steep medical bills.
The last day of the Horror Film Festival wraps up with awards and screenings of student films.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association holds their annual Muscle Walk to celebrate those living with the debilitating disease.
Student volunteers dispersed across the commonwealth for the 2014 annual THON fundraiser, collecting money from drivers to benefit pediatric cancer.
"All Aboard Erie" says having high-speed rail service for passengers would be a plus for economic development as well as a quicker way to travel.
Local Boy Scouts got a lesson in Amateur Radio operation on their way to a special new merit badge.
The 11th annual event brings together filmmakers for a weekend of 'scary' competition and tons of vendors, selling all things spooky!
A report Monday from the Vatican states that the church believes gays and lesbians have "gifts to offer" Christianity.
The Lighthouse Street neighborhood came together in an outpouring of support at a vigil for one of their own.
An early morning fire kills one, destroys three homes in the 100 block of Lighthouse Street.
Dr. Thomas Gamble announced this morning he's retiring from Mercyhurst University.
Eight Lutheran churches came together to raise money and totally revamp an aged playground for kids.
A local woman battling a form of retinal dystrophy decides to write a book about her battle to help others.
Church members joined together to honor the Blessed Mother at Saint Peter's Cathedral Sunday afternoon.
Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr brought country music mania to the Flagship City.
Local tips and advice for saving money during the Halloween holiday season.
Officials with AMTRAK say they are working closely with host railroads to get customers to their destination on time.
Motorists on 90 West got a first-hand look at the Steer Clear Law Monday, thanks to PennDOT and State Police.
Open Carry PA and Firearms Owners Against Crime held a public forum to inform citizens of their message.
According to State Police, a man was traveling at excessive speeds when he lost control of his sport's car and traveled off the roadway, striking a tree and then rolled several times.
Players from Gannon's men's and women's basketball teams partnered with The Arc of Erie County for a day of hoops.
Pennsylvania's First Lady visited Erie Saturday October 4th to talk about a funding grant awarded to SafeNet, a center for women battling domestic violence.
Family First Sports Park hosts soccer tournament for youth soccer clubs.
Bikers gathered Sunday to remember cancer victim Jax Stone and help raise money for his family's medical costs.
Elderly driver hits gas instead of the brakes while parking in a handicap space at Golden Corral Sunday.
Concert goers and organizers alike flooded the Erie Insurance Arena for Rock the Lakes.
The 33rd annual wine fest in North East kicked off today with perfect weather and delicious local varieties.
Mercyhurst University releases new poll which shows Tom Wolf significantly ahead of incumbent Tom Corbett.
PennDOT began work Monday on a "speed table" pedestrian crosswalk near Sara's Campground to make the area safer for runners, campers and bicyclists.
The start of the fall season means pumpkins, scarecrows, and lots of autumn fun for residents.
Local woman qualifies for world championship Warrior Dash race in California.
Zoo visitors learned about an endangered species during a day of celebration for the red panda.
Brides and grooms-to-be got a preview of the hottest and most in-demand looks for this year's wedding season.
Hundreds of volunteers hit the beaches at Presque Isle State Park to collect trash and other garbage as part of an international day of cleanup.
First year LECOM students receive their coveted white coat, a symbolic event that brings them one step closer to becoming healthcare professionals.
The Erie City Council approved plans for a new boutique hotel down on the bayfront across from Liberty Park.
A petition is spreading online to save nearly 120 jobs at the East 38th Street Post Office, which is set to close in April 2015.
After the state shut them down, the MLK Center at 312 Chestnut Street reopens with a weekend community gathering.
A recent indictment of NFL star Adrian Peterson is causing a firestorm of debate regarding the use of spanking on children.
One of the world's largest breed of dog will compete at the Clymer, NY resort for top national honors.
Pizza Pete's is celebrating one year in business today, and is using the day as the perfect opportunity to help raise funds for the March of Dimes.
After seven long months of public debate and forums, the North East Township supervisors have passed a zoning wind ordinance.
Jon Whaley, former assistant to Mayor Joe Sinnott, is launching a write-in campaign, just two weeks before election day.
Pennsylvania State Police discover the remains of a body, believed to be that of a missing Ft. LeBoeuf man.