American Pharoah was a heavy favorite in the Preakness despite starting from the unfavorable No. 1 post.
Youngstown State University celebrates spring commencement.
Dozens of volunteers showed up this morning for community clean-up day.
The Poland youth was able to get his degree in less than two years by starting college while he was still in high school.
Veterans are given the chance to share their experience during a celebration for Armed Forces Day.
State and federal wildlife agencies in California are deploying what they say is the biggest fish-lift in the state’s history through this m…
The system notifies the engineer when a train is above the speed limit and automatically applies the brakes if the engineer doesn’t respond.
Diaz, a native-born U.S. citizen, was taken to Mexico in 2007 by her father without her mother’s consent.
25-year-old Cesar Mazza was taken into custody at about 6:30 p.m. Friday by a federal-state task force as he left a home in Newark.
A witness said a car going the wrong way crashed into another car on the northbound exit onto Gypsy Road.
Authorities said social media postings played into both men’s cases.
The building’s roof was wet from overnight rain, and Meckling fell shortly before 3:45 a.m.
The railroad’s importance became all the more apparent after Amtrak Train 188 derailed Tuesday.
Troopers say two teen boys were walking on a trail near River Road around 7pm Friday night when one of the boys fell into the creek.
Abu Sayyaf was killed, along with an estimated dozen IS fighters, U.S. officials said.
A train hit a truck Saturday at a road crossing in western Germany, killing two people and injuring at least 20 others.
At least three of the victims suffered stab wounds or blunt-force injuries and all four were homicide victims.
The aircraft, with six Marines and two Nepali soldiers on board, went missing while delivering aid on Tuesday.
Government estimates obtained by The Associated Press provide new details about the scope of a leak that has persisted since Hurricane Ivan.
Haley Keel is a 2004 graduate of Niles McKInley High School.