An Israeli vet operated on an African lion, 8, to remove a tumor from its stomach. The animal weighs 440 pounds.
One man was arrested and another rushed to the hospital Tuesday morning following a stabbing in East Greenwich.
Airport Director Dan Dickten says the airport is waiting on a decision from the federal government.
After putting the booms in the Shenango River Friday, environmental workers plan to leave them there for the foreseeable future.
Police found a side door open, and said someone had been inside and took things.
State police believe Kevin McFadden has stolen from a number of places, including locations in Mercer and Lawrence Counties.
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium officials say safety and animal welfare are top priorities, but they’d prefer not to change the exhibit.
Some think the snow piles could still be around next winter season.
The 6th District Congressman has introduced bipartisan legislation outlawing sales to minors.
AAA says the average price for regular in Youngstown-Warren is down 31-cents for the month.
Two boys walking along a road near Franklin Square discovered the bird in the middle of the road.
Crews spotted the Cleveland man around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday about 100 feet from shore.
Investigators say the 62-year-old driver was on her last pickup of the night for a week-long vacation bible school.
The House is expected to take up a short-term, $8 billion bill, before leaving town for an August recess.
Tim Clayton with Clayton Heating and Air Conditioning said anytime the temperatures get above 85 degrees, the phones ring off the hook.
The next step is a hearing in Columbus on Aug. 10.
About 100 people lined up Tuesday to test their luck in a ticket lottery for opening night of the Tony Award-winning “The Book of Mormon.”
Police also say a preliminary investigation shows driver error caused the Tuesday crash that also injured 11 other people.
Razo was arrested Monday after a shootout with police. A detective said during a court hearing Tuesday that Razo has confessed.
Chile has been a staple of New Mexico cuisine for centuries, and the Hatch region has become world famous for its flavorful hot peppers.