Jeb Bush on Thursday declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government.
James has partnered with the University of Akron to provide a guaranteed four-year scholarship for students.
Crews battling the wind-stoked blaze took advantage of cooler temperatures Thursday to clear brush and expand containment lines.
One man was indicted under the so-called Federal Crack House Statute.
It will take many years and many millions of dollars simply to manage and not even remove the toxic wastewater from an abandoned mine.
The fair doesn’t open until September 2nd, but things are happening.
The recall affects Cobalts from the 2010 model year. There are 59,474 in the U.S. and 13,950 in Canada.
There are disposal bins at the Canfield Fairgrounds.
The first of two downtown security zones will go into effect around the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24.
In a sharply divided 4-3 ruling, the court declared the death penalty violates the state’s constitution.
AG Mike DeWine says gas stations aren’t allowed to match prices.
The London-based drug maker expects within three days it will reopen the manufacturing plant in Zebulon, about 25 miles east of Raleigh.
The man was looking for a cell phone that had fallen out of his pocket on the ride.
Jay Leno says an unfair double standard is being applied to the dozens of women accusing Bill Cosby of decades-old sexual assaults.
Ohio’s prisons chief is calling for more compassion toward wrongdoers as he continues a push to reduce the state’s inmate population.
The jury awarded Allyson Pelesky $150,000 after Wednesday’s verdict, then added $999,000 in punitive damages.
The Spike TV producers are back in Youngstown.
The school board says classes will start Aug. 24th even if there is a strike.
The plastic molding company did not report the amputation, according to OSHA.
DeAngelo Young, 21, is charged with attempted murder.