The 2015 awareness week theme is “Expect the Unexpected.”
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that two Nissan recalls didn’t go far enough to fix a problem with front-seat air bag se…
Ohio prices were less than the national average, which was $2.42 per gallon Monday.
Three people were in the house when it caught fire. The one person that died has been named.
An overnight brawl in an Arizona Wal-Mart parking lot has left one person dead and two others wounded, including a police officer.
The federal agency gave Amazon permission to test certain drones for its fleet, but the deal comes with restrictions.
The first of 100 wood bison aimed at re-establishing a species that went extinct more than a century ago in Alaska.
The names of the dead were read, one by one, each name followed by the tolling of a bell.
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz will become the first major candidate for president when he launches his campaign Monday.
The fight continues to keep the Youngstown Developmental Center open.
Nearly 5,000 people toured the Daffin’s Chocolate Factory in Farrell Sunday.
A Florida mother is accused of stabbing her three children, killing two of them.
Gov. John Kasich used his executive clemency power during his first term far less frequently than any other Ohio governor in the past three …
The bodies of the children, ages 5 to 16, are to be flown to Israel for a prompt burial after Sunday’s service in New York.
Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl.
A New Castle boy was flown to the hospital Saturday after a medical device was removed from his body.
Accused of physically abusing children.
A teen was injured in what police are calling a drive-by shooting.
On Saturday night, the Down Syndrome Association of the Valley held it’s first World Down Syndrome Day celebration.
Director Eric Murphy’s film, “Traficant: The Congressman of Crimetown,” was shown Saturday as a part of the Cleveland International Film Fes…
Almost one million Ohioans have taken the state’s new tax quiz to prevent fraud, but it is still tripping some people up
More than a dozen people took advantage of the first day of Spring to “dig in” to a vacant lot in Warren.