An argument over an eviction notice escalated Thursday evening.
Deputies and US Marshals doing a warrant sweep end up on the fairgrounds.
Police say workers inside the Waffle House in Southeast Austin tried to revive the baby, but it was too late.
Niles police are responding to recent media reports on staffing issues with a post on Facebook.
Columbus Police say a man whose body was found dead inside an old school bus was likely not a crime victim.
The advisory is in effect until further notice.
Back to back crashes prompts the Ohio State Highway Patrol to issue a cautionary warning.
New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, said that he is breaking with President Obama and will oppose the Iran nuclear deal.
The front-runner for the Democratic nomination never mentioned any rival candidates by name.
The Republican candidates for president take the stage in Cleveland, Ohio.
Christie in his first term cut the earned income tax credit, which largely benefits low-income workers.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general was charged Thursday with leaking secret grand jury information to strike back at her critics.
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump took the spotlight in the first Republican presidential debate.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is trying to shine in front of his home state, and many in Ohio are willing to support him.
The incident at the Hilton hotel had ended peacefully, with the subject unharmed and in custody.
A new veterinary clinic at the South Range Road location will be built.
Abercrombie & Fitch plans to discontinue on-call shifts in New York this year.
Here are five takeaways from Thursday the pre-debate debate.
Organizers say that there is still a struggle for voting rights 50 years later.
During his visit to the United States in September, Francis will travel to Washington, New York and Philadelphia.
The library says an anonymous donor is willing to help with bills in exchange for naming rights of the new building.
Thousands of people driven from their homes by a massive Northern California wildfire began to trickle back to their neighborhoods.