A West Michigan pastor has turned in his robes, saying he had to resign or he would have been fired because he is gay.
Ohio drillers will now have new state standards to operate under for the construction of horizontal-well pads and access roads.
Columbus police have opened investigations into the May deaths of two toddlers who died of drug overdoses in separate incidents.
Cameron, Illinois was hit hard by a tornado on the evening of July 16, 2015.
One employee said he called out sick both Monday and Tuesday. It wasn’t clear if he did the same Wednesday or Thursday
Wilding leaves behind a wife and children ages 3 and 7. He’s the first Scranton officer to die in the line of duty since Sgt. James Sable in…
Police say a 22-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman have been arrested on murder charges.
The plan would involve the city of Columbiana annexing 89 acres of land on Cherry Fork Road from the township.
A self-driving Lexus SUV that the tech giant outfitted with sensors and cameras was rear-ended in Google’s home city of Mountain View, Calif…
The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said Thursday the man was extradited a day earlier after 50 days of detention.
Shaukat Sindhu, 55, was indicted by a federal grand jury.
The plan bans smoking both inside homes and on public-housing property except in designated outdoor areas.
Police said the man was walking between rows of concrete bleachers near the top of the stadium when he fell.
Saunders saved par with a 15-foot putt on the par-3 eighth hole and closed with a birdie on the par-4 ninth to cap his bogey-free round.
The appeals court, upholding a Brooklyn judge, said airlines and workers can be liable only if they make a materially false report.
Eastgate Regional Council of Governments has an Alliance for Watershed Action and Resource Education.
Holmes stood impassively as Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. read charge after charge, each one punctuated by the word “guilty.”
There is a cash reward available for information leading to an arrest.
Investigations of Planned Parenthood facilities were ordered in Ohio, Georgia, and Indiana.
The nearly 180-year-old earthen dam has been weakened by several hundred homes, docks and other structures built there.