The house where Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza started his deadly rampage will be torn down. The final decision was reached Tuesday night.
Associated Press photos of the animals featured at the 2015 edition of the iconic dog show.
Despite bone-chilling temperatures, tourists are flocking to Niagara Falls.
Millions of dollars worth of heroin cross Ohio’s highways every year. A large portion of that is heading to the Mahoning Valley.
There were 804 heroin seizures on Ohio’s state highways last year- a total of 14,368 grams.
K-9 units across the state are instrumental in the fight against crime.
A man who claimed detectives beat him up was caught telling a tall tale.
The action-thriller called “I Am Wrath” will begin filming in March.
Officers and K9 units searched five schools in the area following the threat, and students were dismissed early.
The near miss was captured on a police cruiser’s dashcam.
A woman and two teens who were trapped on ice were pulled to safety Tuesday in Middletown, New Jersey.
When crews arrived, the flames had already spread to the roof.
The homeowner returned from lunch to find the structure in flames.
Pinterest has shut down a mock Hillary Clinton page developed by the staff of a well known Republican.
The Lisbon school district might start classes a week early next year. That would end their summer break in the middle of August.
Other than a few scenes shot with the MacBook Pro, the episode was captured entirely with iPhone 6s and iPads.
The battle came despite a weekend cease-fire that obliged both sides to start moving back their big guns on Tuesday.
The suspects used a chat stream, were apparently obsessed with death and had many photos of mass killings, a senior police official told The…
The 29 ports on the West Coast handle about $1 trillion worth of goods annually.
Hundreds of families were evacuated after losing their drinking water and electricity when 19 tank cars slammed into each other and caught f…
Maple Heights, like other Cleveland inner ring suburbs, continues to suffer from the after-effects of the foreclosure crisis.
Electronic cigarettes are showing up at jails in more than a dozen states, including Ohio.