Repeal became inevitable once the United States lost all its WTO appeals and the retaliation became a possibility.
Critics this year found the activities of some amateur performance groups, called brigades, offensive again.
The change grew out of Gov. John Kasich’s Workforce Integration Task Force created in the 2014 mid-budget cycle update.
The flood, fueled by more than 10 inches of rain over a three-day period that began last weekend, is blamed for 24 deaths in Illinois and Mi…
Firefighters responded to the call Saturday night.
Iron Soup Historical Preservation is heading the project that will provide four veterans with housing, rent free.
Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr’s execution promises to open a rancorous new chapter in the ongoing Sunni-Shiite power struggle in the Middle East.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf exercised his line-item veto power to erase about one-quarter of the $30 billion in spending approved by GOP majori…
Deputies received a call from a motorist who said he stopped the children, ranging in age from 1 to 5, before they crossed U.S. 19.
Pugh, who passed away on Christmas Eve, served as the president of the NAACP and as councilman for the 6th Ward in Warren.
The owner of a candy store in Niles says he sees a drop in sales at the start of each new year.
Now, Texans with concealed handgun licenses can carry visible, holstered handguns.
Hermitage Police say the man was driving drunk when he lost control of his vehicle on River Road Friday morning.
Patrick Haney Jr., was convicted and sentenced by a Fayette County jury last year.
Jurors convicted him of trying to hire another inmate to kill a man who was to testify against him in another case.
David Hall allegedly fired the shot into the cement floor after arguing with two women about 10:30 p.m.
A Big Blue Trucking semi tipped over after the driver failed to negotiate the curve.
The boy went missing about 10:30 p.m. Thursday, after family members told police he simply wandered away without being immediately noticed.
Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters told the newspaper that he applauds the move.
Kasich’s 2015 pardon approval rate of 1 percent was the lowest of any governor in 30 years.