Hundreds of people marched at Youngstown State University Sunday to help premature babies live healthy lives.
The only bridge leading to a cluster of homes on Catawba Island has reopened.
Nine people were killed Sunday and some others injured after a shootout erupted among rival biker gangs at a Central Texas restaurant.
Authorities in western Pennsylvania are investigating the death of a 14-year-old boy shot and killed during an exchange of gunfire.
Two bridges in Niles were dedicated Sunday in honor of our Valley’s bravest.
Fifty five teams spent 23 hours walking the track at Boardman Center Middle School.
Campbell police are cracking down on nuisance properties and their owners.
A Campbell man who told police he was Michael J. Fox is now in jail following a traffic stop Friday.
A man pulled over for driving under the influence in Campbell is now facing escape charges.
Troopers were called to a Carroll Township address just after 5 a.m. Sunday and found three people with gunshot wounds.
Police documents also show there were reports of unusual activity in the neighborhood.
Almost 20 people injured in the train crash remain in Philadelphia hospitals, five in critical condition but all expected to survive.
Police say the driver crashed through a barricade and turned onto the marathon route.
Defense attorneys have argued that survivors shouldn’t be allowed to share the long-term impacts of their injuries.
Carpenter’s crash changed the schedule and had IndyCar fans waiting in limbo yet again.
The Ferguson-related measure that came closest to passing would have limited police officers’ use of deadly force.
Military personnel also can buy admission at a special price for up to six family members.
Among the almost 20 victims from the Philadelphia crash still in the hospital, five are in critical condition.
The bodies of six U.S. Marines and two Nepalese soldiers who were aboard a Marine helicopter that crashed have been identified.
Nationwide, knife laws vary in neighboring towns, counties, cities and states.
Officials say the railroad has been repairing the tracks, signals and overhead power lines since the crash.
A New York City council member has introduced a bill to turn the lights off in certain office buildings at night as a way to cut energy cost…