Across the Valley, doors at your county Board of Elections open at 8 a.m.
The President spoke during a rally in North Carolina Tuesday evening.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning. The woman told police she was robbed for $210.
The Backpack Program, which makes efforts to feed children on weekends, celebrated an $88,000 grant from Walmart on Tuesday.
An attorney says Horizon Science Academy is being used to funnel money to groups opposed to Turkey’s government.
A large Donald Trump sign hanging outside the Top Notch Diner is stirring up some controversy online.
Since debuting, the Task Force has decreased alcohol-related deaths by almost 20 percent.
Market Street Express got the required 25 signatures for a petition to let voters decide, but it’s still going to be a tough sell.
Things Remembered has hundreds of open positions for engravers and embroidery equipment operators.
Police say the sophomore drew up a detailed map, visited a gun store and asked four or five other students to help him carry out the attack.
According to a police report, the suspect attacked a woman inside the house, choking her and stealing her cell phone.
The road closure begins Wednesday as crews install a water line.
Police said the man, who was clearing downed trees, died after a large log rolled on top of him and pinned him underneath.
The Community Bill of Rights has been defeated by voters five times since 2013.
Disloyal Republicans “are far more difficult” than Democrat Hillary Clinton, Trump lamented.
Lorenzo Freeman played for the Steelers from 1987 to 1990
McDonald’s says Ronald McDonald is keeping a low profile with reports of creepy clown sightings on the rise.
KKK members say they weren’t targeting the campus, and recruit in places where there is a lot of people.
Church officials say the number of Catholics in the diocese has fallen from 914,000 in 1980 to 632,000 last year.
Chaney STEM and Rayen Early College Middle School received about 900 tablets, worth over $1 million.