A misunderstanding ends in a shower birth.
At least 1,000 people packed a Wisconsin high school field house and spilled into a secondary gym for the funeral.
New England casinos will increasingly be fighting over smaller shares of the economy.
Bristol Palin has announced she is engaged.
54 pieces are on display at the gallery.
The Associated Press is finding discrepancies in communities that are enforcing water management practices.
Micro-chipping helps find your pet if it gets lost and Animal Charity is working to get as many pets completed as possible.
Orwell Natural Gas could extend their current service lines in the township in a new proposal.
Pennsylvania has the highest spending gap in the country between poor and rich school districts.
The H5N2 strain of bird flu is deadly when it spreads to commercial poultry.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said five people developed listeriosis in Kansas after eating Blue Bell ice cream.
Officials cite the weather as the reason for higher overtime costs in 2014.
Lawmakers would have to approve any name change because public university titles are established by Ohio statute.
Detours will be posted.
Union leaders say they’re worried because Wrangler is one of the company’s best-selling vehicles.
John Barnes Jr. wants to limit people tethering their animals to six hours a day.
The Mahoning River is projected to reach flood stage Saturday evening.
Geologists have long been puzzled by how the High Plains could be so big, so high and so smooth.
An autonomous car is developed by Michigan-based auto supplier Delphi Automotive.
Urban Archaeology is auctioning off approximately 6,000 artifacts March 27-28.
This year’s winner was Emilee Taylor from Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage.
More than 20,000 boxes of cookies arrived in Warren on Friday.