Jeff Levkulich will report the latest news from the Detroit Auto Show.
The fire at the Husky Lima Refinery burned for more than 14 hours.
The building that housed the General Electric lamp plant is over a century old.
If you missed today’s show, there’s another one on March 8.
Fans who like to watch at home were stocking up on chips and drinks at supermarkets Sunday.
Buick, Alfa Romeo and BMW all plan to show off glitzy open-air models.
A display of 25 pieces of art created by Greg Rossi was shown at the Butler Institute of American Art in Howland.
If you want to drink alcohol– have a designated driver or call a cab.
The man slipped on the pitched roof and fell two stories to the ground.
The company has decided to idle the former PBS Coals mines at Kimberly Run and Barbara and place them under review for closure.
The automaker says the changes needed to make a redesigned Wrangler would be too costly at its current plant in Toledo.
The program will provide funding for 80 community-based projects in 2015 to create and renovate parks and outdoor recreation areas.
State and federal lawmakers are taking close looks at how to slow down the algae in Lake Erie.
The (Scranton) Times-Tribune reports that a judge Friday rejected Pal’s arguments that he was convicted without sufficient evidence.
Court documents said she sent a series of text messages to her boyfriend encouraging him to have sexual contact with her daughter.
Moscow, Idaho authorities had yet to announce any Idaho charges late Saturday, saying the investigation remains active.
Last month, employers added a healthy 252,000 jobs.
Three thoughts on how Obama gets along with top Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and how much it matters.
The price of oil closed at $48 a barrel on Friday.
Earlier efforts to reopen the highway stalled Saturday.
One driver was on wrong side of road.
Vukovich is retiring from the 7th District Court of Appeals.