Officials say poultry from states where a deadly bird flu virus has surfaced won’t be permitted at this year’s Ohio State Fair.
City officials are exploring the use of body cameras for Columbus officers.
Robert Keck was last seen by his mother leaving their Upper Saucon home nearly 36 years ago.
Ohio-based Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams says it has restarted production after a massive recall.
Warren police are investigating a break-in at an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper’s house.
The U.S. Education Department announced survey results Friday.
King died peacefully in his sleep at 9:40 p.m. PDT. Funeral arrangements were underway.
Our First News family joins forces in memory of First News meteorologist Don Guthrie and all those battling cancer.
A man who fell down a steep embankment had to be saved from the cold waters of Mill Creek.
The annual event sponsored by the Masons is to recognize those who sacrifice so much for the community.
The Ohio BMV denied more than 300 requests in 2014.
Even in the colder months, the patio will include heaters to extend the use outside.
Everybody vents from time to time and here is another example of why you shouldn’t do it on social media.
Susan Penland has been charged with aggravated robbery in the May 3 holdup of Family Dollar in Lisbon.
With the win, a great deal of excitement erupted inside the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, especially for Fradiani’s family and friends.
Prosecutors filed a motion to dismiss the case against Shayanna Jenkins, citing her testimony against Hernandez during his recent trial.
“There was no criminality in the act, therefore no criminal charges,” said Terry Raskyn, spokeswoman for Bronx District Attorney Robert John…
Activists paddling out in kayaks to meet the rig off Seattle’s picturesque waterfront said it’s their moment to stand against opening a new …
The fire was reported about 1:30 p.m. in a neighborhood of multi-million-dollar homes in the northwest section of the District.
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman said the nation’s rail system is aging and needs upgrades.
The military contractor Kellogg, Brown and Root successfully argued that Oregon was not the proper jurisdiction for the case.
Thousands of Teamster retirees could see their pensions cut to about $13,000 a year.