Officers responded to a report of shots being fired when they said the suspect opened fire on them.
The National Retail Federation expects $2.5 billion to be spent on costumes this year.
This is the sixth year the departments have hosted the “Fill a Cruiser” food drive.
Officials are preparing to remove the remaining section of a blimp that floated into PA countryside on Wednesday.
Firefighters from Canfield, Austintown, Liberty, Struthers, Boardman, Warren and Girard all participated in the Koins for Kids campaign.
Families came to the Lions Club in Lisbon to pick up their brand new jackets.
The crash happened Saturday afternoon at the intersection of 224 and Tiffany Boulevard.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Molinaro joined the cast in 1976.
The annual change comes at 2 a.m. local time Sunday.
Under new state law, judges, breastfeeding mothers and people over 74 don’t have to serve on PA juries.
Niles Police say two males in masks, wearing all black, robbed Cottage Market Friday night.
As the ship’s sponsor, Peralta’s mother had the honor of christening the ship.
Corner Bill Lisman said dental records would be required to identify the badly burned body found inside.
Police allege that Sargent fired on an officer who called on him to surrender, hitting two vehicles.
Most of those wrecks are along the Atlantic seaboard and were sunk by German submarines during World War II.
The charges carry a minimum 15-year sentence and allow a judge to impose a life term.
A statement from the school says Barrett was stopped at a Columbus police check point early Saturday morning.
Timothy Tyrone Foster has been on death row for nearly 30 years, but his case still is winding through the courts.
Majority Republicans are trying to play down the possibility of unrest around the spending process.
Cheers’ attorney, Anthony Baker, says it appears what happened was an accident.
The city of Athens puts up an additional $50,000 to $65,000 to pay for extra police patrols.