Community reflects on the life of political and civil rights leader, Nelson Mandela.
Crawford County police officers share some Christmas spirit with 30 kids in need.
The Fort LeBoeuf Museum in Waterford is opening for "Waterford Colonial Christmas" this weekend, and museum officials are hopeful the museum will stay open long after this weekend.
Public meeting allows concerned citizens to speak out about proposed consolidation plan.
Council has its second budget session, this time focusing on the public works department.
All Aboard Erie invites Greater Erie Industrial Development Corporation president and CEO, John Elliott, to discuss the progress being made in the $60 million project.
Shoppers make their way out to stores all through the area for "Black Thursday."
As a winter storm hits the area, some people are traveling earlier than anticipated for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Board approves treasurer's reports and announces upcoming sale of two unused properties.
The Greengarden Tavern hosts its annual Browns vs. Steelers fundraiser for the Second Harvest Food Bank.
In this week's edition of Made in AmERIca, David Belmondo takes a look at a 45 year old company that custom designs and builds modular homes.
Nearly 60 year old organization working on becoming competitive organization once again.
Community helps out family whose son is affected by epilepsy.
Thanksgiving comes early at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center in Erie.
Well-known Erie County speaker talks to middle school students about bullying.
Kathy Dahlkemper has announced who will help her transition into office.
Accident knocks power out near 4300 block of Peach St Friday morning.
With help from YMCA volunteers, the Erie City Mission is donating more than 1200 holiday meals to the needy.
One woman struck by car on Station Rd in front of university.
Kitchen hosts free dinner for the needy of Erie.
Fans line up for hours outside of Best Buy to get there hands on the new device.
Sinnott describes budget as "balanced" with "accurate projections."
School superintendent says he will seek help from lawmakers in Harrisburg to fund project.
Organization focused on teaching youth about finance and entrepreneurship seeks support from community.
Millcreek police are investigating a robbery at the Sunoco gas station on West 12th and Filmore Avenue.
Council approves $391 million budget Tuesday evening.
Cortez McDaniel speaks at Gannon University for Hunger and Homelessness Week.
Board agrees to study proposal that suggests the closure of two elementary schools.
Barber sentenced to life in state prison without parole for the murder of Brandy Stevens.
Wednesday night's Global Summit V event featured a debate between two well-known political figures.
In a special Target 24 report, reporter Danielle Woods takes a look at what it takes to be young and successful in Erie.
Tigers fall to Girard, 22-19, in playoff game that was postponed due to the deaths of two of their teammates.
Restaurants and services to honor veterans on Monday, Veterans Day.
Kara Onorato, Erie, tells the story of a family member suffering from schizophrenia, who is incarcerated for committing a crime she says he does not remember.
Erie County has had one-term county executives since 2002, begging the question if this is enough time to get the job done well.
After seven long months of public debate and forums, the North East Township supervisors have passed a zoning wind ordinance.
Following the suicide of Richard Houy, Crawford County DA Francis Schultz, talks about the future of the murder investigation.
Candidates running for local offices are taking the time to meet and greet members of the community for one last time before Election Day.
Early morning fire destroys church in Chautauqua County, NY.
A steady downpour doesn't stop families from trick-or-treating throughout the city of Erie.
Two Erie families host annual haunted houses at homes, for free.
For those looking for a non-scary scene this Halloween, an Erie church provided an alternative option.
Hundreds pay tribute to 18 year old, Rebecca Seelinger, who died last Thursday in a car accident.
The county executive addresses the increase in the number of people with mental health issues housed at the Erie County Prison.
After depressing numbers at the polls during the May primary, political experts say education is important in getting more people out to the polls.
Tracy Elementary School hosts Trick or Treats for Jax Stone.
Write-in candidate for Erie mayor, Jon Whaley, visits an east side neighborhood watch meeting discussing issues that he says matter him, including the future of the McBride Viaduct.
Candidates and elected officials on the city, county, and state level mix and mingle at annual event.
Two employees were armed at gunpoint.
A panel discussion and documentary screening, featuring medical experts and former athletes, brings the topic of sports-related concussions to the spotlight.