The mom at the center of a viral video explains her brand of tough love to remove her 16-year-old son from the Baltimore riots.
Honda said the recall covers seven models sold in the United States in 2001 and 2002.
The Ohio Department of Education is also investigating the case.
Teams attempting to climb the north side of Everest, the Tibet side, were called back to basecamp over the weekend.
Combined Systems in Jamestown, Pa. makes things like bean bags for police to use when violent situations happen.
The group plans to continue to gather donations for at least another week.
Students at Glenwood Middle School in Boardman were planning a trip to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
Not only does it protect people from papers getting into the wrong hands, but it is also better for the environment.
The facility is being deconstructed and the injection wells are still shut down.
The boy stole a .357 Magnum pistol from his father and brought it to school in a duffel bag, loaded with hollow-pointed bullets.
Crowds have been flocking to an overlook area at the park to watch a steadily rising lava lake at the summit of Kilauea volcano.
Brown said steep fines should still be a last resort and “only the worst offenders” that continually violated water rules.
Neighbor Bobbie Davis said she wants peaceful protests and a proper investigation of the shooting.
Kelly McCracken and her wife, Kelly Noe, are two of the plaintiffs in the Supreme Court case.
Pruett, 35, would have been the seventh inmate put to death this year in Texas. His lawyers contend he is innocent.
The man accuses the officer of bashing him against a tree and fence and then throwing him to the ground.
The Supreme Court decision is expected in late June.
The lawyer for one of the inmates said midazolam has been a “spectacular failure.”
The patrol reports that Warren County’s coroner says 51-year-old Ronald Hoeffler Jr., of Lebanon, died at the scene.
The Corrections Department said the incident began just after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the State Correctional Institution at Houtzdale.
Tanya Brown-Dickerson filed a wrong-death lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia on Tuesday.
All it takes is a few dollars and a cell phone, and anyone could let themselves in your front door.