Erie police were busy Sunday night, responding to a shooting and home invasion that happened just moments apart.
Princess Ball delights royalty of all ages
Reported in the 1800 block of Buffalo Road
Reported in 1000 block of West 4th Street
Click on the video to hear some local reaction to the announcement.
Over 600 people gathered for a memorial run at Presque Isle State Park.
A cupcake competition was held to support the Children Advocacy Center
Dance Elite Therapuetic Dance Program
Over 110 dance and cheer teams competed in a national competition
No victim was found
A new flavor has been added to the menu
Hundreds of volunteers gathered to clean up Presque Isle State Park
The Bayfront Convention Center is hosting a public safety expo
Asbury Woods Nature Center hosted the 2015 Maple Festival
The Canadian Lynx and Leopard Exhibit at the Erie Zoo is now open to the public.
A rained out home-opener delays the game for fans but sunny skies welcomed baseball lovers Friday evening.
Five people taken to UPMC Hamot with minor to moderate injuries after Elk Creek Township accident.
The City of Erie is now exploring options to bring a food market to the downtown area.
An area elementary school pumps up their students for upcoming state testing.
The popular ride-share app Uber has now arrived in Erie to offer you safe and affordable rides.
An expo focusing on public safety will be taking center stage at the Bayfront Convention Center this weekend.
A new winery opening it's doors, and a veteran winery taking home big prizes from international competitions is now helping the region become an attraction for wine enthusiasts.
The Erie County Department of Public Health, in conjunction with the local emergency planning committee, obtained two grants for Erie county first responders.
The chapter 11 filing comes as a result of a legal dispute with secured lender-- Ontario Major Junior Hockey Corporation-- who tried to initiate a private sale. Filing for bankruptcy blocked the sale and allowed current owners to continue the process of looking for new ownership.
After 18 months of planning, fundraising and construction, the Erie Zoo's new cat exhibit will open to the public Saturday.
Sheriff Deputies say a middle-aged white man approached three different young women at three separate locations in Ripley.
No children on bus at time of crash.
Popular event returns to help kids
Ribbon cutting ceremony today; open to the public tomorrow
Two prominent women's rights activists join forces to talk about the empowerment of women, and their shifting role in the 21st century.
Regional breweries help out fire damaged brewery.
Along with the new look comes a new location.
Erie Fire Department training on ropes skills.
Robert Schmidt, 46, is accused of sex with a 17 year old student.
A husband and wife are working together to build not only one, but two local businesses.
Thousands of people will be heading to downtown Erie this week for the Otters and Seawolves games. Parking Options are available for guests.
The "shipwreck" burger is one to write home about
People for Life set to protest prior to discussion between Maria Shriver and Sister Joan Chittister
Our own Tom Atkins will teach event
Honoring National Child Abuse Awareness month
Former Negro Leaguers discuss baseball and segregation.
It's been a tough few years for the Erie School District, but a reignited effort to boost employee morale is aiming to improve workers' overall well-being.
Pay It Forward check went to H.O.P.E. for Erie Animal Wellness.
The National Rail Administration estimates that over the next 25 years rail shipments are going to increase by 46 percent.
The organization currently has over 300 dresses of all shapes, sizes and colors for girls to choose from.
Since April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, Gannon University placed dozens of pinwheels on the campus.
The engineering students took home one of five national prizes in the National Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.
Crews are working on sewer repairs.
The Old Mead Avenue Bridge is located over French Creek.
For the region, PennDOT reports Erie saw a decrease from 35 to 30 traffic related deaths.