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Melissa Fullmer and daughters Ireland, 7, and Ainsley, 5, have been eagerly watching construction of a playground at Lake Erie Community Park.
Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook has ruled the deaths of two people in a Thursday morning shooting as a murder-suicide.
See raw video of a fight July 31 outside the Erie County Courthouse in Erie following a sentencing hearing for Courtney Harden-Pullium.
Erie City Council got additional details about the proposed $30 million hotel and parking garage at the Bayfront Convention Center during a study session this evening at City Hall.
Erie County District Attorney Jack Daneri has asked a district judge to modify the bond set on a man accused of beating a neighborhood watch group coordinator on Sunday morning.
City of Erie Police and the Erie County Coroner are on the scene of an apparent murder-suicide on the city's west side.
Mary Ann Daniels, the former director of Erie County's Office of Children and Youth, has left county government and its Office of Drug & Alcohol.
Warren County's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate continued to fall in June to 4.8 percent, still lower than the national, state and regional unemployment rates, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry's Center for Workforce Information and Analysis.
Stefon D. Johnson, 18, was held for trial on charges including robbery, carrying a firearm without a license and terroristic threats after his preliminary hearing before Greene Township District Judge Susan Strohmeyer on Tuesday.
The group was protesting against Erie County Judge Stephanie Domitrovich, who has ethics complaints filed against her by a state panel that investigates allegations of judicial misconduct.
"We have a laboratory that is functioning up here on the second floor," Former FBI agent Dr. Jerry Clark says.
Attack ads in the governor's race are already well underway. Ads launched in early July, and have grown more negative as the weeks passed.
The Summit Township family loves plucking berries off the bushes, even if some of them like eating blueberries more than others do.
Erie Police arrested a man Monday in connection with a bank robbery earlier that afternoon.
An Erie man was held for trial this afternoon in an October home invasion attempted robbery in which one suspect was fatally shot and a second suspect was wounded by an armed man inside a west Erie apartment.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 01:26 am
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