Sharon mom Adrienne Toth sits for several photos taken at Maniac Magazine offices in Pittsburgh.
A photo shoot in Pittsburgh captures images of a Sharon mom fighting for her life and her family.
New York’s Internet Romeos will have to find new ways to attract mates now that it’s illegal to pose for photos with a tiger, lion or other …
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s finance director is advocating the agency’s markup on liquor and wine be increased for the first tim…
Neither of the drugs used to execute Dennis McGuire on Jan. 16 can be relied on to produce a rapid loss of consciousness and death according…
New Hampshire health officials say all 11 cases of salmonella treated since March are linked to the purchase of chicks from an Ohio hatchery…
A company is planning a $1.75 billion project that includes laying 160 miles of natural gas pipeline in West Virginia and Ohio.
San Rafael officials have more information as to how Robin Williams died.
The Ohio Attorney General suspects the gaming parlor of operating illegally.
The increase will fund improvements to the waste water distribution center.
Authorities sentenced a Youngstown man to 20 years in federal prison.
Court documents show State Farm paid the woman $67,916.10 for damages from the fire.
Robert Harmony was sentenced in the November stabbing death of Gerrod Lanzendorfer.
Smoke from the fire could be seen for miles.
The lab contained a “shake and bake” operation.
Firefighters and police in Warren responded to the crash.
The van also rolled over during the Tuesday morning crash.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement plan a statewide crackdown ahead of the Labor Day weekend.
A federal judge told lawyers on Monday he’ll encourage settlements in lawsuits brought on behalf of nearly 1,000 plaintiffs against General …
The $985,000 will be used to build biology and chemistry labs, as well as classrooms and storage facilities.
A teen who was found delinquent in the rape of a 16-year-old girl last year is playing football high school football again.
A long-time Austintown landmark is celebrating eight decades in business; run by the same family for all of those years.