A monster pumpkin of 2,058 1/2 pounds beat the old record by 50 pounds.
The Warren drive-in first opened in 1950. Now 66 years later, it’s still owned and operated by the same family.
Anita Davis, who will host a presidential debate watch party, is “embarrassed” by Trump’s latest incident.
Reports at 6:45 p.m. said SWAT officers surrounded a house where the man who fatally shot two officers may still be inside.
The Penguins outscored Illinois State 17-0 in the final quarter, improve to 4-1.
The Ohio Governor released a long statement on his Facebook page Saturday afternoon.
Over 500 people in the area have HIV/AIDS and more than 300 get help from the Ursuline Sisters HIV/AIDS Ministry.
A defiant Donald Trump insisted Saturday he would “never” abandon his White House bid.
He only suffered a burn on his left hand. However, two families are without a home.
One by one, outraged GOP lawmakers condemned Trump’s comments in a 2005 video.
Starting this month, retailers must pay a 40 percent wholesale tax on all vaping-related products.
NBC did not respond Friday when asked whether the incident would affect Bush’s role on “Today”.
East Palestine beats Crestview for the second year in a row
Matthew raked Georgia and South Carolina with torrential rain and stiff winds.
Police were called after someone said an unattended child in a parked car had been honking the horn for 20 minutes.
A passerby spotted the body about 20 feet from a road on Thursday afternoon roughly 25 miles southeast of Columbus.
The speeches included some blunt and unguarded remarks to her private audiences, which paid at least $26.1 million in speaking fees.
A look at some of the different signs businesses have posted to announce that they are closing for Hurricane Matthew.
Taylor Schilling and Kate Mulgrew will meet with supporters of Hillary Clinton and Representative Michele Lepore-Hagan.
In a 2005 video released Friday, Trump brags about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is famous.
Almost 30 people from the Valley are headed to Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
Ingredients that could be harmful to consumers with allergies, including eggs and almonds, are not listed on the label.