Police recovered the video surveillance from the school that shows what witnesses reported.
A man on trial for fraudulent bankruptcy opened fire in Milan’s courthouse Thursday, killing his lawyer, a co-defendant and a judge.
About 30,000 cases of Sabra hummus sold nationwide is being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination.
A public meeting is scheduled for Thursday to explain to residents how the job will be done.
An earlier complaint shows the South Carolina officer involved in a deadly shooting was accused of using excessive force against another una…
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging car owners to wash the bottom of their vehicle during winter months and after.
Mahoning Township is ready to go to court after everything fell through for the planned project.
Authorities said that Dayton medics were dispatched to the University of Dayton campus at about 7:12 p.m. Wednesday.
Ricardo McKinney was arrested following a raid in February at 1538 North Road S.E. in Warren.
A doctor was consulted about the woman’s condition after she had boarded the plane, and she was then asked by airline employees to leave.
Leaders with the Youngstown Catholic Diocese said it may be very difficult, even this far in advance, for people to make arrangements on the…
The drought has no clear end in sight, but it’s up to hundreds of local agencies to make sure California has enough water to get through it.
Technicians with Sandy-based South Valley Dialysis were scheduled to arrive at the prison Friday and Saturday did not show up.
British actors “really freak out” when given the freedom to change their lines, said director Lee Daniels.
“You just wonder if the Grim Reaper is going to knock at your door today,” said Greg Langmo, another Meeker County turkey producer.
The Southwest Regional police department said a resident reported seeing a 6- to 7-foot alligator swimming upstream in the river.
U.S. and Canadian crews are working to clear a path through ice on eastern Lake Superior that’s left freighters unable to move.
Superintendent Barry Tomasetti said in a letter to parents Tuesday that “words cannot express our level of dismay and disgust.”
A preliminary NTSB report in June indicated a problem with the gust lock system, which protects parked planes from wind damage.
The 19-year-old students face charges of criminal mischief.