After a deadly earthquake in Nepal killed more than 3,200 people, we took a look at the deadliest quakes during the 21st Century.
An additional 163 injured people will be compensated.
Parishioners have raised more than $1 million over the last four years to support the building project.
A grand jury indicted 13 people in August.
Police say a Philadelphia mother locked her four children in the basement for nearly 15 hours without food or a bathroom.
Analysts say prices at the pump are rising as gasoline costs catch up to higher oil prices.
Officials didn’t disclose the nature of the emails or say how many were involved in the breach.
It is unclear how many people were killed in the tower, but it was believed to have been filled with tourists.
Willing participants will be driven from local churches to the Mahoning County Board of Elections.
The death toll from Nepal’s earthquake soared past 3,700 Monday.
The student posted photos that glamorized school shootings, specifically the tragedy at Columbine High School.
The change in fortune reflected the dwindling daytime audience and programming shifts, but that didn’t diminish the winners’ enthusiasm.
A Warren native and her wife plan to head to Washington, D.C. for oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
There is still time to save lives – that’s why governments and aid agencies Sunday rushed doctors, volunteers and equipment to Nepal.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin is calling on the people of Warren to help him with his new plan to clean up the city.
An officer who found an abandoned newborn in a garbage dumpster has been reunited with the now 25-year-old man he helped save.
Lawyers for Patrolman Michael Brelo filed a motion to dismiss the case last week.
A retired police chief was honored Saturday in Boardman for his lifetime of service helping children.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in the U.S. on Sunday for a week-long visit.
Global activists presented 8 million petitions to the U.N. disarmament chief on Sunday demanding a world free of nuclear weapons.
A group claiming to be affiliated with Islamic state extremists has hacked the website of a developer group in downtown Cincinnati.
A Philadelphia law school professor says she was “mortified” when she discovered that she had sent students a link to a porn site.