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.
A lawsuit against several allies of Gov. Chris Christie in connection with the George Washington Bridge lane closings was refiled Thursday.
Jon Stewart says goodbye on Thursday, after 16 years on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”.
Muslim groups and civil rights activists across the nation Thursday called for greater transparency aimed at countering homegrown terrorism.
A man accused of killing a Shreveport police officer was arrested Thursday.
The Millvale woman was killed instantly when she was thrown from her car after it was rear-ended.
John Kasich joined a crowd of fellow Republicans at Thursday’s first presidential debate.
Eric Warfel of suburban Cleveland was arrested July 29 after a cable company employee discovered Ember Warfel’s body.
The anticipated date for Warren’s emergency calls to be handled by Trumbull County 911 is Sept. 9.
The roads were destroyed when parts of the village were flooded in a June 23 storm.
Work started earlier this week milling and then repaving the pothole-plagued Indianola Road between South Avenue and Market Street.
Altiere said he was expecting a few hundred, but nowhere near as many as this.
Two boys, ages 11 and 12, were named as suspects following an investigation into the fire.