An 11-year-old Michigan boy who confronted his bullies on YouTube is heading to the White House.
A mother’s decision to donate her son’s organs after his tragic death has given seven others life.
It’s the final destination on NASA’s planetary tour of the solar system, which began more than a half-century ago.
After 18 days of intense and often fractious negotiation, world powers and Iran struck a landmark deal Tuesday to curb Iran’s nuclear progra…
The UAW is looking to close the wage gap between long-time employees and new hires.
Rover Pipeline is spending more than $85 million between several Ohio companies for parts and services pertaining to the project.
Ciccolo’s father alerted authorities last fall that the young man had a history of mental illness and was talking about joining the ISIS.
The cards were used at restaurants, a hotel, numerous stores at Grove City Outlets and multiple department stores in Hermitage, Pa.
The Cuyahoga County forensic chemist was dismissed after investigators found he cleared a test containing crack cocaine.
Deputies and the department’s K-9, Jesy, searched for shell casings along the side of the road, but none were found.
The conflict is because 225 houses and businesses in Springfield Township are being charged extra for water usage by the village.
There is a meeting happening this week with the Ohio EPA to determine when the next water test might be and when the lakes can reopen.
If the federal government won’t stop its expansion, pot opponents say, federal racketeering lawsuits could.
Tests didn’t detect any substances that might have hastened King’s death, Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said.
Local lawmakers are hoping for state or federal money to fix the problem.
Brad Carson is set to lead the working group of senior military and civilian leaders to take an objective look at the issue.
“Iwata-san’s passing affects us all deeply. He was a true visionary who expanded our understanding of the amazing art of video games.”
Nintendo America announced it was suspending social media activity for the day in remembrance of Iwata.
Garner, who had asthma, is heard gasping, “I can’t breathe!” 11 times before he loses consciousness.
The girl had been “walking for a couple of days,” Rogers said. She was taken to a local hospital and seemed to be in stable condition.
“This is a genuine safety problem, and also a crisis for immigration enforcement,” said Jessica Vaughan, the center’s director of policy stu…
A shuttle service will be provided from Trumbull Career and Technical Center to the fairgrounds if rain makes the grounds too soggy.