Police Officers are sending a reminder to drivers after a tragedy in Buffalo, New York.
What at first looked like bad driving turns into a burglary at one local business.
Investigation Discovery was in town all week filming a special segment on the pizza bomber bank robbery case.
A Millcreek man has asked Erie County Court to throw out a judgment that Erie collection agency Unicredit entered against his mother for unpaid debt.
Students in grades K-12 who are being bullied can now get immediate help.
In the face of state budget cuts, Penn State Behrend could be at risk of closure.
Congressman Mike Kelly was in town speaking to the Erie Rotary Club at their luncheon this afternoon.
Today was Edinboro University's 4th Annual President Jeremy D Brown Honors Scholarship luncheon at the Bayfront Convention Center.
A man serving life in prison for killing his girlfriend and their unborn child was denied a new trial.
Erie County Controller Sue Weber has won the Public Citizen of the Year Award from the National Association of Social Workers.
You probably drove by it many times over the years.
Three new rides at Waldameer Park are nearly ready, and will serve a special purpose on opening weekend.
The election season continues to take shape with two members of Erie City Council announcing their desire for another term.
A posting on the front door of the Wesleyville Post Office says the branch will close April 22
State Police fire investigators say they cannot determine the cause of a fatal blaze in Harborcreek.
As tax season draws closer to an end you may have the opportunity to have your taxes filed for free.
The home of former Superior Court Judge Michael Joyce now belongs to the United States government.
The St. Lawrence Seaway marked the official opening of its 53rd navigation season today at the St. Lambert lock.
An Erie collection agency called Unicredit is back in court tomorrow.
The Department of Environmental Protection is looking into a fish kill in Misery Bay.
The Fairview Township Zoning Hearing Board is holding a continuation of a public hearing that could leave one couple homeless.
Four adults and one child are left without a place to call home after a fire damaged their east Erie apartments.
An Erie man is accused of raping a 12 year-old girl after meeting her online.
Republican and Democrat chairs of the State Senate Education Committee have unveiled a bill to address budget woes faced by school districts across the commonwealth.
Today's weather may not shout spring...but warmer weather is just around the corner - and so is golf season.
Today is your chance to get the upper hand in your health as an annual event kicks off at the Bayfront Convention Center.
An overwhelming show of support in Edinboro this afternoon as students and faculty rallied there over millions of dollars of proposed state funding cuts.
Five people may have died in an apartment fire in Altoona this morning.
Testimony has begun in the trial of the former prison guard charged with beating her kids.
Erie Mayor Joe Sinnott is considering a move from City Hall to Capital Hill.
The man appointed to complete the term of the late Jim Thompson on Erie's City Council will not run for a term of his own.
One man is dead after fire broke out in a Ridgeway building, but his death was not fire related.
It was one sweet weekend across northwestern Pennsylvania.
It's been 8 months since Erie County Council started debating the future of Pleasant Ridge Manor.
And it's all part of a bigger plan...
A dispute over a tax sale has ended, and a local real estate firm is going to have to pay.
Fire crews prevented what could have been a much more damaging fire at Mercyhurst Prep.
A two vehicle accident caused some traffic delays this morning for commuters.
The Eerie Roller Girls - Erie's first roller derby team, are getting prepared for Saturday?s sold out bout at Evan?s Skateland.
The murder of her teenage son has inspired an Erie woman to spread a message of non- violence.
Mercyhurst Alumni, Frozen Four participants celebrate.
Several volunteers were there to prepare the Niagara for spring.
School districts across the state are dealing with a budget crisis as basic education funding is slashed in Governor Tom Corbett's proposed budget.
The world of Dr. Seuss came alive when students from the Elizabeth Lee Black School performed Oh, The Places You'll Go in the Barber National Institute Gym.
You can celebrate the revelry of New Orleans Mardi Gras and the spirit of Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week during the MSquerade this weekend.
An accident on the city's West Side sends two people to the hospital.
A local grass-roots organization is working to advance its mission to increase access to affordable and convenient public transportation.
One of the American Cancer Society's oldest and most beloved fundraisers is back.
Authorities in Pennsylvania and Florida are asking the public for help locating a missing man.
Plans to split the 814 area code in two have been put on hold.