A newcomer tops this year’s list of favorite fast food restaurants in America.
The suspects allegedly demanded money and prescription pills and then stabbed the victim’s small dog when he didn’t comply.
The windows of the vehicles parked along Beechwood Drive were smashed.
The Washington Navy Yard went on lockdown Thursday after reports of shots fired.
At least one shark expert now says it’s time to close the beaches.
Facebook has updated its logo, but you might not notice at first.
Police said the suspect peppered sprayed the clerk before grabbing money from a register drawer.
Many city residents struggle with finding basic necessities.
A raid on a home in Hanoverton began at 8 p.m. Wednesday and lasted all night.
Many golf courses have seen a decline in business, and some have been forced to close temporarily because of all the rain.
Of the eight residents who entered, six of the entries placed and will be competing at the state level.
Ohio public entities that bought rock salt from Cargill or Morton between July 2008 and June 2011 may be eligible to receive a share of the …
The performance audit analyzed ODOT’s fleet management and found three areas where savings or increased revenue could occur.
The Episcopal Church joins two other Protestant groups that allow gay marriage: the United Church of Christ and the Presbyterian Church (U.S…
The choice marked the first change in more than two decades and furthers the parade’s shift toward inclusiveness for gays marching openly.
The former Drug Enforcement Administration agent could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison when sentenced in October.
According to Kysen’s mother, the shark wrapped its mouth around his leg and let go immediately.
The tanker overturned Wednesday along Interstate 270 on the west side of Columbus, burning beneath an eastbound Interstate 70 bridge.
Albuquerque Police Officer Tanner Tixier said it appeared to be a random robbery attempt.
The supervisors are charged with misdemeanor dereliction of duty.
Candida Fluty once told investigators she inserted fecal matter into the IV hoping to get doctors to change their treatment approach.
The $300,000 project was paid for with a competitive grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation.