"White Christmas" takes the stage at the Academy Theatre this weekend and runs through December 21.
Two friends who never met before Pay it Forward to Erie animals.
Marshawn Williams is in jail.
Snow covered, slushy roads are to blame for a couple of accidents earlier this morning.
Roads south of I-90 were snow and ice covered.
One of the incidents also took down a traffic signal.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration once again allows the public to nominate significant bodies of water for national distinction.
The Erie Brewing Company has recently undergone a re-branding process, and it is beginning to come full circle with the launch of Skipper's Stout.
Trooper Schimp was found guilty by Magisterial Judge Manzi of careless driving resulting in unintentional death. Now Schimp is appealing that decision to the Court of Common Pleas.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male about 30-35 years of age.
The deadline for Obamacare is next Monday.
Earll was nominated for the post by Governor Tom Corbett.
Supporters of the J.O.Y. Center are still hoping Rick Figaski and John Groh will step down.
Police are not releasing the name of the suspect at this time who was apprehended at 6th Street and Wallace Street.
Thanks to some generous residents in Millcreek Township their less fortunate neighbors will have what they need this Christmas.
A Pa. State Trooper who was found guilty of careless driving after a fatal traffic accident is appealing that decision.
The lighting of the Niagara has become an annual tradition over the last 10 years.
A man has been arrested after a shooting incident on East 5th street.
The truck is on its side and Haz-Mat workers are working to minimize leakage into Brokenstraw Creek.
Two cars had a head on collision on West Gore.
An application for the Spartansburg Community Charter School was missing crucial points mandated by the state.
Police are still searching for a suspect in the fatal shooting of an Erie man early Saturday morning.
Investigative Studies majors at Mercyhurst University presented simulated policy briefings after months of hard work.
17-year old Cassie enjoys singing and dancing along to her favorite artists such as Michael Jackson and One Direction.
Christmas is just as busy for the food bank as Thanksgiving
Families depend on help from the Salvation Army at the end of each year
Holiday habits can make you a target for criminals looking to break into your home
Daylight robbery in Meadville
Allegheny Health Network and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Announce Plans for New Academic Affiliation. Forbes Hospital Will Serve as a Clinical Campus for Third and Fourth Year LECOM Students
This business heat treats steel to industry standards.
24-year-old Jaree Warren was gunned down early Saturday morning near the intersection of West 18th and Raspberry Streets.
Here's a train set you won't see under any Christmas trees this year.
You may have seen some familiar faces outside of ACTIONTOYMAN on West 26th Street on Sunday.
Santa stopped by Millcreek Mall early Sunday for Sensory-Friendly visits.
Local professional bowler Mike Machugas has started a unique new tournament for bowlers.
Park Avenue Cinema in downtown Meadville may be forced to shut their doors due to shifts in industry standards and pricing. Jordan Guerrein reports.
Jet 24's own Danielle Woods is representing Erie this weekend in her hunt for a crown.
Some of these legos aren't your average bricks...
People lined up today for the Annual Clothing Distribution Party at Saint John's Lutheran church.
Former homeless Veterans create a new organization, OVAT, to help the homeless in our area.
Annual Craft Festival held this weekend.
Two people were injured Saturday morning in an accident on Parade Street
Two area district judges offices will be closing.
A 25 year old male is dead following a shooting at 18th and Raspberry streets.
Downtown and Gannon University both have lighting ceremonies.
Accident in August killed 53-year old David Johnson.
Annual tradition returns to Central Tech.
Our very own Danielle Woods attempts to take the crown.
Downtown D'lights means good things for local businesses.
Happening all over the nation, including right here in Erie.