The checkpoint at 5627 Mahoning Ave. was conducted from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Saturday
Testing of self-driving electric Chevrolet Bolts began in Arizona about two weeks ago.
Deondre Gayles is charged in the shooting death last month of 20-year-old Ralph Thomas.
Staff at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital told police the suspect asked for a ride home before the car was stolen.
Prosecutors say Jarrell stabbed his stepmother, Tina, to death last summer inside their Wellington Avenue home.
Monday, 50 GOP national security experts signed a letter opposing Trump.
McMullin will offer anti-Trump conservatives an alternative.
Patients in Ohio will be able to use medical marijuana by September 2018, according to a new state website.
A maintenance worker suspected of installing video recording equipment in female residents’ bathrooms has been charged.
Delta’s travails, and those of its customers, move into day two with the airline canceling nearly 250 flights.
Hulu is dropping the free TV episodes that it was initially known for as it works on an online television service to rival cable TV.
A woman claims she went through a “terrifying” situation where her child was taken from her room.
The accident that caused the death of a child in Kansas City is raising concerns over water slide safety.
Donald Trump is seeking to quell concerns he lacks the discipline or policy know-how to make a competent president.
St. Elizabeth Health Center has settled a lawsuit alleging the remains of a baby were disposed of without the mother’s consent.
The accident happened around 3:45 p.m., just east of Interstate 79 and north of Grove City in Wolf Creek Township.
Infection during the first or second trimester can trigger devastating damage in developing fetal brains.
A witness said he saw three young girls fall from the Ferris wheel when their car appeared to get caught.
Bob Crook’s fellow employees have described him as someone who will go out of his way to help others.
CEO Krish Mohip will be visiting each of the district’s 13 schools for input from parents, students and teachers.
The agency says it needs to hire additional workers to prepares for a wave of retirements from baby boomers.
The entire $3.4 million project is expected to be finished by mid-September.