The indictments announced Thursday were similar to the charges Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced nearly three weeks ago.
A monetary grant from explore.org, along with other donations this year, have had an unintended benefit for the Alaska Department of Fish an…
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Police say they identified the youths from Kennywood Park surveillance videos.
The court’s decision said the police department at Otterbein University is a public office because its personnel are state-certified officer…
A state police cruiser had been pursuing the car until its driver went onto a dirt road in Wayne Township, Erie County, and hit a tree.
Staff Sgt. Corey Campbell has been reduced to the Air Force’s lowest enlisted rank, will forfeit all pay and benefits, and be dishonorably d…
AJ Martino was prescribed Oxycontin after a car accident and after a 10-year battle with opiate addiction, he died of heroin overdose.
Jeni’s has said its ice cream will start to return to store shelves “later this summer.”
It is called Palcohol and ever since it hit the market, anti-drug advocates have been concerned.
The surgery is scheduled tentatively for next week.
Akron Children’s Hospital says 10 percent of all babies born in the Mahoning valley have had some exposure to illegal drugs in the womb.
The three-phase program is an alternative for those charged with a felony and need help with a drug addiction.
YPD Vice Squad head Gerard Slattery said the raids followed a series of undercover drug buys.
Police reported finding cash, guns and drugs.
An Indianapolis high school yearbook has raised some concerns for publishing the mug shot of a former coach.
So far the problem has caused six deaths, including five in the U.S.
One of the five dogs seized from the man is still looking for a home.
Since mid-April, you could buy a red nose at Walgreen’s stores, with half of the proceeds going to the Red Nose Day Fund.
An 18-year-old had successfully eluded officers in northeast Ohio, but a search for his missing hat led him back into the hands of police.
“Cassie” has been clean for five years, and now works in a rehab setting helping other addicts overcome their own disease.
The money is now part of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act.