Police have also arrested Ramon Ogletree, 25, in connection with the abduction.
The upgrade could mean extra security and smart phone technology.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers.
A city-wide water outage in Cortland prompted school closings in the Lakeview district.
Concerns over the safety of a building on State Street is prompting the closure.
Campbell school principal has been on paid leave since February but is now returning to the job.
Teachers filed a grievance saying the contract requires the district to provide “lavatory facilities exclusively for employees.”
The bill authorizes the creation of the refreshment areas by municipalities with more than 35,000 people.
The central bank of Greece said Thursday that private and business deposits dropped to $154.2 billion by the end of February.
U.S. officials say the March 31 deadline is achievable but remains uncertain.
Panama on Thursday confirmed that the Vatican secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, will attend next month’s Summit of the Americas.
The military action turned impoverished and chaotic Yemen into a new front in the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Producers of the popular British period drama confirmed it will end after its sixth season, scheduled to air in the United States in early 2…
A contractor found the body in a second-floor crawl space.
Four individuals were arrested Wednesday in what police called an “evil” scheme to abduct infants and kill their mothers.
The family says it was told only varsity teams can wear the letter according to East High’s policy.
Lufthansa Group said Thursday that 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz trained in Bremen, Germany, and Phoenix starting in 2008.
Federal officials say the chemicals released are hazardous and can pose serious health risks.
Every second-grader in the Youngstown school district is paired with a YSU student for two hours of reading tutoring.
Details of death and extreme abuse emerged Thursday as Mitchelle Blair appeared in court.
Permits will be issued in April for vendors at Clarence Darrow Park and the bike path trail head in North Bloomfield.
Standard General’s bid, which would keep 1,743 stores open and preserve about 7,500 jobs, consists mostly of credit on debt it is owed.