The regulators say it's for violations at 10 well sites and six pipeline locations.
The Department of Environmental Protection says Canonsburg-based Rice Energy operated an unpermitted wastewater treatment plant.
The western Pennsylvania ...
A federal judge in Philadelphia will consider a request for a recount of the presidential results from the Keystone State.
Green party candidate Dr. Jill Stein is leading the charge.
Mike Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute thinks the ...
The fatal shooting happened this morning in Ithaca, NY.
When officers attempted to apprehend the suspect, he shot at them with a long gun.
A manhunt is underway.
John Dennee with the Erie County Highway Department says around the clock, snow removal efforts are underway and they won't stop, 'til the storm ends.Blowing and drifting snow will make travel next to impossible at times in the lake-effect belts ...
Andrew Cuomo says blacks are being punished at higher rates than whites and are being subjected to solitary confinement more often than whites.
The governor has directed the state inspector general to look into the allegations.
The money from the impact fee is supposed to fix roads and bridges impacted by gas drilling. But instead, it's paying for things like Christmas parties, swimming pools, and worker salaries.
Of the billion dollars dispersed ...
The latest office in Scranton closed at the start of this month.
The nation's largest abortion provider spent $30 million on "pro-choice" candidates in the 2016 presidential election.
Residents say they can't believe somebody would do this on purpose.Elmira officials are raising funds to replace the burned-down nativity scene with a new one in Wisner Park.
Charles Schumer, the incoming Senate minority leader, says more than half of New York's 17,000 bridges are at least 75 years old.
City officials have decided not to renew the program that began back in 2011 in the Flower City.
The program faced a lawsuit in 2012 over claims that it didn't allow drivers due process.
That suit failed in state Supreme Court.
City officials ...