First graders at Lincoln Elementary School asked the mayor to make the plea so they can have a clear path to school.
Authorities have not released any word on injuries, a cause of the fire or how much damage the fire did.
A phone call traced back to the robber’s family member helped police name a suspect.
A former chef was back in court Wednesday morning following a grand jury indictment last month.
A much-shared social media post is incorrectly stating a job fair will be held Feb. 26.
The announcement by TJX Cos. comes a week after Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it would increase wages for its employees.
Friends and family members of addicts could have access to the drug without a prescription.
Nearby businesses in Boardman Plaza were also without water.
Lexus rates as the most dependable car brand for the fourth consecutive year in J.D. Power’s annual survey.
The quick thinking and heroic acts of two Albany County deputies has landed them with the title of New York State Officers of the Year.
Rodney Ferreira passed out in the middle of the street and was nearly hit by a truck before another man ran over and carried him to safety.
Police in Ionia say a teen tricked dozens of other juveniles into sending naked photos of themselves by posing as a girl.
Members of the union have been working without a contract since August.
A man on death row in the killing of his girlfriend was sentenced for sucker-punching his lawyer in court.
Strickland is a former Ohio congressman and governor.
Acting Gov. Abdul Rahman Kabiri said rescuers were using their bare hands and shovels to try to reach survivors.
He says he’ll keep selling until people stop ordering.
County police say a man set on revenge started a fire that killed everyone in the alleged target’s home – six people in all – except for the…
The company is cutting 1,400 jobs throughout the entire company.
Beneful dry dog food has “resulted in serious illness and death of thousands of dogs,” a lawsuit says.
Alaska has become the third U.S. state to legalize marijuana.
Crews in Youngstown and Struthers were busy early Wednesday fixing water line breaks.