Since mid-April, you could buy a red nose at Walgreen’s stores, with half of the proceeds going to the Red Nose Day Fund.
An 18-year-old had successfully eluded officers in northeast Ohio, but a search for his missing hat led him back into the hands of police.
“Cassie” has been clean for five years, and now works in a rehab setting helping other addicts overcome their own disease.
The money is now part of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act.
When the store does open, the first 100 guests on grand opening day will be awarded free Chick-fil-A for a year.
Emergency dispatchers said that welding activity on the roof caught one of the business’ walls on fire.
Police have identified a suspect in a mysterious quadruple murder in Washington, D.C.
The family pet is credited for waking the woman up just in time to escape the fire.
Student drug testing results from Boardman Schools and South Range Schools are expected to be released Thursday afternoon.
Officials at Cedar Point say guests had to be escorted off of rides following an afternoon power outage Wednesday.
Dave’s much-awaited finale was surprisingly unsurprising for such a momentous occasion. But it was clearly what Letterman wanted.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Dylon Wint on charges of first-degree murder, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
A Colombian officer rescues a dog from a river and then revives it with mouth to mouth resuscitation. The whole rescue is caught on camera.
Federal regulators were investigating the leak as workers in protective suits raked and shoveled the black sludge off the beaches.
Investigators in September 2013 linked 59 images of children between 1 and 7 being sexually abused to Akehurst’s IP address.
A senior water official told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he would decide whether to accept the offer by Friday.
Officer Kerrie Orozco, 29, died at Creighton University Medical Center shortly after the 1 p.m. shooting.
Approximately 20 people, as well as police and firefighters, helped with the search.
Programs that transfer surplus military-style equipment from the Pentagon and other federal agencies have been around for decades.
City leaders said the extra money would be used to upkeep road conditions.
Citations will range from $25 to $100 depending on how many times a person has been cited.
Students from Trumbull County’s 20 public schools were chosen by a selection committee based on grades and essays that were submitted.