Authorities say nine people were hurt after a fireworks box fell over and fired into a crowd in northeast Ohio.
The average price of gasoline has dropped 2 cents over the past two weeks to $2.85 a gallon.
Hundreds of balloons were released Sunday at Leetonia schools in memory of three people who died on Father’s Day after a kayaking trip.
Fire crews extinguished the blaze nearly three hours after the crash in Plainville, about 30 miles southwest of Boston.
A state police sergeant shot David Sweat in the town of Constable, about 1½ miles south of the Canadian border.
Officers were out this weekend to enforce drinking laws on the water.
The Solar Impulse 2 departed around 3 a.m. Monday from an airport in Nagoya in central Japan.
The patrol says the motorcycle and semitrailer were eastbound on Route 16 when the truck hit the motorcycle.
A partisan divide over taxes and education spending is occupying state lawmakers as they work through the weekend.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has been traveling the country, exploring a presidential run.
Barricades now block the road as crews are on the scene making repairs.
It was perfect timing that saved a 16-year-old boy’s life in New Castle Saturday.
There were lots of hugs for Father Tim O’Neill.
The celebration honors Harry Stevens, but it’s not just the hot dog he invented.
The second of two inmates who escaped a New York state prison has been shot and taken into police custody.
The storms that blew through the Valley on Saturday turned into a tornado in western Pennsylvania.
Flooding has closed some Valley roads, uprooted trees, and forced two Trumbull County parks to close.
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Cumberland police say 27-year-old Anthony Carter of Youngstown, Ohio, was arrested Saturday evening.
Police said Saturday night in a news release that Weindl admitted the vandalism.
The parks will remain closed until further notice. Other parks may have standing water and should be avoided.
The legalization of recreational marijuana on July 1 makes the state the fourth to do so, following Colorado, Washington state and Alaska.