A teen counterfeiter in Mercer was sentenced for printing $100 bills.
The “Iron Man” actor wryly noted the couple’s upcoming baby was already hitting her first red carpet.
Rural Hawaii residents still recovering from a recent tropical storm are keeping a nervous eye on slowly advancing lava that may reach their…
A former state driver’s license examiner has pleaded guilty to taking bribes from immigrants
Outraged police in the Cleveland suburb of Bay Village are pledging to bring charges against the students responsible.
Thursday was a day to celebrate those who put their lives on the line to protect America at the annual Patriot Day celebration at the Quaker…
The ideal service would go from Erie, Pa. over into Ashtubula then south to Youngstown and eventually into New Castle and end in Pittsburgh.
The all-access area is worth more than $120,000 and paid for through private funding.
McHenry Industries is working with Toledo Sign on the project for Penn National Gaming.
Dave Mosure, an engineer with the firm ms consultants, said he is ready to move forward.
The Warren Police Department went online two weeks ago with RAIDS Online, which is a free app that gathers crime data from the city.
Two local courts used AMCAD of Virginia for their court systems.
Sometimes the food kids get in school is their only meal of the day.
Best faces charges connected with improper use of historical license plates and having a gun on school property.
A look at comedian and fashion icon Joan Rivers, 81, through her eventful career.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted a Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office civilian employee and two others Thursday.
Joan Rivers died Thursday at 81.
The Better Business Bureau says some people are trying to take advantage of those whose data got compromised by a July data breach at Commun…
McDonald’s workers in Indianapolis gathered Thursday morning to take part in a 150-city strike.
Thursday, authorities set bond for the man at $2500
The U.S. Marshals Service arrested Peter Luchansky, 59, of Canfield Wednesday.
Firefighters started allowing people to go back into the stores around 11:30 a.m.