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.
Police said the car was heading south at high speed when it went out of control.
Minnesota’s medical marijuana advocates snatched an unlikely victory from the Legislature last year after years of failed efforts.
But Klinger was determined. As a police officer, he says, he wanted to help people and be part of cleaning up the gang problem.
Authorities are not releasing the boy’s identity.
Hanna Bouveng claims Benjamin Wey used his power as owner of New York Global Group to coerce her into four sexual encounters.
The space station crew is in no immediate trouble because of this latest loss.
More than 150 community employment coordinators will help veterans at VA locations nationwide.
A Wood County judge in Bowling Green this past week rejected a request from the defense to dismiss the case because it was too old.
Authorities said Kelly had been injured while working at a mine in Mount Morris.
Put-in-Bay Chief Ric Lampela has been on paid administrative since being charged with four misdemeanor counts.
Many Republicans want another chance to repeal the Affordable Care Act if they win the White House.
The justices also could say Monday whether they will take on important cases for the term that begins in October.
One worrisome hint is that research shows a notorious Alzheimer’s-related gene has a bigger impact on women than men.
Two of the people who testified in favor of the bill were YSU President Jim Tressel and Regional Chamber President Tom Humphries.