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State police said a Conneaut, Ohio, man was attempting to pass another vehicle in Conneaut Township on Sunday night when the two vehicles collided, killing the man.
A driver was flown by medical helicopter to a Buffalo hospital after his vehicle hit a snowbank and sheared a utility pole in half in Chautauqua County.
Turning right onto the first dirt road after the "four-way" and then left onto the next dirt road is not how you'd expect to get to one of Pennsylvania's most exclusive restaurants.
Emergency personnel responded to a fatal crash shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of routes 215 and 6N in Conneaut Township.
The Erie County Coroner's office has identified a man pronounced dead after a crash early this morning in Millcreek Township.
Vince Palermo, president of the Erie Summer Festival of the Arts, is asking Erie County officials to appoint an advisory board to oversee daily operations of the festival's soon-to-be reorganized board of directors.
A 63-year-old man died during the early morning hours Saturday after his car collided with a telephone pole at West 12th Street and Weschler Avenue.
The Erie County Coroner's Office is looking for relatives of a man who died in February and remains unclaimed.
An Erie County judge on Friday ordered a conservator to take over the files of a lawyer whose license has been under a temporary suspension.
About 130 Erie County residents are currently being sued in Erie County for not paying their credit card balances, said Anthony "Buzz" Andrezeski, a former state senator and an Erie attorney who specializes in consumer law.
I'd sooner hibernate through this month and wake in mid-April to the promise of spring, but that wasn't one of my available options.
Police and prosecutors have long been grappling with uncooperative witnesses and victims, whose failure to appear or recantations of earlier testimony hamstrings criminal prosecutions.
A northwestern Pennsylvania man will spend life in prison for fatally beating his crack cocaine supplier with a baseball bat, after the dealer took $500 - nearly all of the defendant's pay check - to settle a drug debt.
A 15-year-old northwestern Pennsylvania girl who was driving more than 100 mph when she crashed an SUV that killed her 8-year-old brother and injured three other children must spend at least 30 to 60 days confined to a juvenile facility.
An Erie man was held for trial this afternoon on most charges in a New Year's Day shooting that wounded two people at an eastside tavern.