The Renaissance Center has come a long way since it's beginning.
A man wanted for aggravated assault charges is now behind bars.
Katrina Smith is named new leader of DevelopErie.
The winners have been selected for the free office space giveaway at the Renaissance Center.
County Executive Names David Sanner as Director of Drug Alcohol Abuse.
State Police Seize Over $107 Million in Prohibited Drugs in 2014
A man driving just north of Waterford on Route 19 found himself suddenly upside down in the snow this morning.
It's all about positive attitudes and leadership skills today at Strong Vincent High School.
Erie inmate accused of smuggling heroin into prison that caused one inmate to overdose and die is heading for trial on separate drug charges today.
An off-duty Erie police officer, facing charges of D.U.I., waived his preliminary hearing that was scheduled for this morning.
Removal through Coal Refuse Process Would Protect Localities from Acid Mine Drainage
Tax increase expected to be discussed
Pipes in old and new homes alike can freeze during winter, especially with the sub-zero temperatures hitting Erie recently.
The prison is more than 200 years old.
The training center features fourteen automobile bays with lifts, frame repair stations, and alignment machines.
As Erie looks for ways to revitalize the area's economy and provide new opportunities for the region, elected officials and university leaders are offering up some solutions.
Pathfinder has more than 600 feet long and has a capacity of more than 21,000 tons.
Brian Swyers was awarded the National Ray Kroc Award for 2014.
Rehabworks in Warren set up a fundraiser that brought in more than $11,000.
The Pay It Forward truck was located at the Erie Zoo this week.
The potential closure of the Warren County YMCA could be stopped if the YMCA can prove they meet requirements to remain property tax exempt.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of either of the suspects, please contact Erie Police at 870-1120.
More than $1.3 million in state funding has been released.
Officials say unity is vital to Erie becoming a economic powerhouse in the region.
Anthony Kuroda has been charged with resisting arrest, disarming a law enforcement officer, robbery of a motor vehicle and aggravated assault.
Reported as accidental shooting
Two fire fighters fell through floor of home while battling blaze
Crews battle fire and ice
With millions of users online, social media is one of the newest tools law enforcement officials use in solving crimes.
The calls came in for reports of a pole barn fire with partial collapse at 7351 Belle Rd. in Harborcreek around 1:30 p.m.
Kuroda is being treated at UPMC Hamot for a non-life threatening injury he endured during the scuffle with police.
West Ridge is the first fire department in Erie County to have part-time, paid employees.
The Red Cross is providing free smoke detectors in partnership with local officials.
The Wesley United Methodist Church will open the warming center tonight beginning at 11 p.m.
The senator is asking President Obama to increase funding for the Community Block Grant Program in the upcoming budget.
Teri Rhodes was sentenced to serve 40 to 80 months for suffocating her newborn daughter.
Millcreek Township Police Animal Enforcement filed charges today against 56 year old Gale McNally, of Erie, for a summary offense of cruelty to animals.
Social media erupted with pictures and video of the manhunt for Anthony Kuroda keeping neighbors on top of what was going on.
Anthony Kuroda turned himself into Erie Police around 10:30 a.m.
The applicant has not come forward yet to make a building permit application, but there's been an approval made for that.
This weekend's Christmas tree-cycling event at the Millfair Compost Center saw over 150 trees recycled.
The Montessori Charter School will not be moving into the former Ridgefield Elementary School anytime soon.
A man asleep in his bedroom wakes up to find a person with weapons in his home.
Pepicello is a Harborcreek Township supervisor and public address announcer for the Erie Otters.
Scary new type of bullying on the rise, find out how to keep your kids safe
Mayor Jason White says the more-than-double tax hike for residents is "necessary" for 2015.
A family is able to escape a house fire on Wallace Street unharmed.
The Community Blood Bank is facing an emergency need as supply levels drop in Erie County.
According to the 2014 Milken Institute best performing cities index ranks of U.S. Metropolitan areas, Erie is the second most declining city in the country.
While some may have not enjoyed the recent subzero blast from mother nature, for others, it's made for the perfect conditions for a popular outdoor tradition.