Governor's races are on the ballot this November in 36 states. The most competitive races are expected to be in states where Republicans now hold the job. Summaries of each race:
WILLOW STREET, Pa. (AP) — An autopsy is planned Monday on a man found dead in a Pennsylvania field — and whose body authorities suspect was dumped at the site.
EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) — With rainfall totals 50 percent higher than average, the region endured one of the wettest summers in history during 2018.
HILLSDALE — A high-end whitetail deer hunting preserve is set to open later this month in the northeast portion of Indiana County.
Claire’s Stores Inc., which has an Indiana Mall outlet among multiple locations in southwestern Pennsylvania, is emerging from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection it sought in March.
SMETHPORT — A Bradford woman was sentenced to 18 months probation for retail theft and ordered to a local substance abuse treatment as soon as possible during sentencing in McKean County Court Thursday.
A Ludlow man is in McKean County Jail for allegedly threatened to shoot his wife, son and nephew if they went on his property.
SMETHPORT — A Bradford man jailed for forgery charges was arraigned again Wednesday for allegedly smuggling suboxone into the jail.
EMPORIUM (EC) — At Cameron County Return Day proceedings Tuesday in Emporium, several defendants appeared on charges related to methamphetamine possession.
KANE — A Port Allegany man is in McKean County Jail for allegedly assaulting a woman after she questioned him about suspected drug use.
BERLIN (AP) — Porsche's chief executive says the sports car maker won't produce any new diesel models in the wake of parent company Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers have scuttled a plan to prohibit airlines from charging "unreasonable" fees for changing or canceling tickets.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The publisher and editor in chief of a Greek newspaper have been detained over an article that alleges mishandling of European Union funds meant to improve conditions in migrant hotspots across the country.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Washington Post. Time Magazine. The Atlantic. The Village Voice. The Los Angeles Times. All American media icons, all bought by billionaires in the past half decade. Some are thriving. One died. On the rest, the jury's still out.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Juggling a suddenly hot-potato Supreme Court nomination and midterm-election jousting, President Donald Trump flubbed facts across a broad front over the past week.
Jonathan “Jon” Levitt spent the last years of his promising young life battling the grips of a merciless addiction to opioids. Jon was an attractive and athletic young man. He excelled in sports, particularly hockey, was academically successful throughout his high school years, with a particular fondness for history, and was a gifted artist. By all accounts, Jon was the son most people dream of raising.
Flavorings used in e-cigarettes harm blood vessel cells in a way that could trigger future heart damage, according to a study published recently in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology.
The dilemma is all too familiar: It’s Monday morning, and you walk into your office to see someone has left a big box of donuts in the break room. Then, your coworker tells you there will be cake later, for yet another birthday celebration.
Since he was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2002, Dr. John Paul has done whatever he can to assure others in the community have the knowledge and resources they need to deal with the progressive neurological disease.
Research shows certain risk factors can increase the chances of developing cancer. Some of these factors, such as tobacco use, can be controlled. Others, like age and family history, are beyond our control, so F.F. Thompson Hospital is now offering cancer genetic testing to empower patients in minimizing risk.
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City councilman plans to introduce a bill to close the "Kushner loophole" that fails to check up on landlords if they file false documents with the city.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses him of sexually assaulting her decades ago (all times local):
HOUSTON (AP) — Authorities say the owner of a Texas company that sells plans to make untraceable 3-D printed guns is back in the U.S. after being arrested in Taiwan.
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — It's a resume that reads like an ideal springboard to higher office: investigated sexual assaults of Olympic gymnasts, charged government officials responsible for a tainted water crisis, bucked the governor on tax hikes.
BERLIN (AP) — Police in the German city of Dortmund say they will examine whether they were tough enough in handling a pair of far-right demonstrations during which they say an anti-Semitic slogan was chanted.
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court has sentenced 64 people to varying prison terms and one man to death over violence in 2013 when the military overthrew the elected Islamist president.