Hundreds have died in a stampede in Saudi Arabia during the annual hajj pilgrimage on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015.
Rates have stayed below 4 percent for nine straight weeks.
Lawmakers of all political backgrounds and religious affiliations are eagerly welcoming the pope, pledging to pause from the bickering and d…
Forecasters predict fall foliage in Northeast Ohio to peak a little later this season.
A trooper with the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Motorcycle Unit reunited a man with his 1984 MAC Basketball Championship ring.
The man walked in front of the truck when the brake lines broke, dragging him down the street and into a ditch. He later died.
Police say the boy was on fire for at least a minute until a sister doused the flames with Kool-Aid.
The grandmother of a woman found dead inside a house in Warren is calling for a drug cleanup of her neighborhood.
The boy was found unresponsive in a sport utility vehicle by his grandmother, a Macedonia Walmart employee.
A driver in Youngstown narrowly missed serious injury after a large piece of concrete fell off a truck and slammed into his car.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio could face fines as a result of the hearings.
As many as 45,650 people are on food assistance in Mahoning County.
Protecting the region’s water supply was the topic of discussion Wednesday night in Boardman
Mesa Fire Department officials said five inmates and the van’s driver suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
Tens of millions of Americans are already watching others play video games on the Internet.
Another body was found in the rubble in Lake County, bringing the death toll to six from that blaze and another in Northern California
Pope Francis praised American bishops Wednesday for their “generous commitment'” to helping victims of clergy sex abuse.
Xi’s conference with the business leaders in Seattle was part of a busy day.
Republican Gov. Doug Ducey’s tweet came just five minutes after a state police SWAT team arrested a 21-year-old father.
Zambrano-Montes was throwing rocks at officers when he was chased and shot numerous times at a busy intersection.
The school in Dayton will host the Sept. 26 debate next year.
The bill announced Wednesday by Republican Senate President Keith Fabe is similar to one introduced in the Ohio House in August.