Police say an Indiana woman stabbed another woman in the eye with a fork in a dispute over the last rib at a barbecue.
Pools are open and many schools are out for summer, meaning kids will be enjoying a lot of time in the sun.
The new policy takes effect June 15.
Beavercreek police released surveillance video Tuesday of the tornado that touched down in Beavercreek.
Investigators have said excessive speed was a factor in the crash.
A Lafayette carnival was shut down Tuesday evening after several children were injured on a ride.
A western Illinois couple recently celebrated the birth of their 100th grandchild.
The storm has claimed at least 31-lives since the weekend. Now the search continues to find those missing.
Staff members broke up the fight and the worker left the home before police arrived.
The woman’s GPS led the pair to the police station instead of a hotel.
A western Pennsylvania woman has been arrested in the killing of a man who appeared to be tortured before his body was found.
On Wednesday he graduated with a 4.0.
If passed, the merger would save the city nearly $400,000 annually.
The case involves bribes “totaling more than $100 million” linked to commercial deals dating back to the 1990s for soccer tournaments.
The New York Times reports federal investigators have found criminal wrongdoing in the handling of a fatal General Motors defect.
Mitch Moreland hit a tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning.
This summer, six students from the school will spend the summer in Warren.
Rio Rancho Police Officer Gregg Benner fell to the ground, and a distress call went out over the radio, according to investigators.
The agent, whose name was not released, was hit in the leg. The FBI said his wound was not life-threatening.
Cleveland agreed to sweeping changes in how its police officers use force.
Hays County officials said search and rescue operations have been hampered because many areas are still not accessible.
Police Capt. Eric Grile said the pickup truck was thrown 60 yards from an adjacent Waffle House parking lot into the shopping center.