The railroad says it is now shipping all freight “faster, more predictable and more consistent.”
Police alleged that the now-divorced couple repeatedly stabbed the man, beat him with a hammer and then dismembered his body.
The April 2014 dig ended speculation surrounding an urban legend that Atari had discarded hundreds of games.
Two women told investigators they believed they’d been hypnotized after losing track of time and being unable to recall meetings with the at…
American Pharoah, lost for the first time after eight straight magnificent wins.
Authorities did not release a possible motive or any other details.
Police discovered the baby’s body Thursday when someone called 911
Forecasters said conditions are right for it to continue strengthening Saturday, but upper-level winds will weaken the storm in the followin…
A criminal complaint said the teen told authorities that he wanted the boy to die because his girlfriend was pregnant and he wanted to make …
The money will go to help people with life-threatening diseases that take away people’s ability to walk, talk and even breathe.
Signs are popping up in Boardman neighborhoods asking motorists to slow down.
A ban on birds will mean no waterfoul or poultry at this year’s Canfield Fair.
During a prayer service at a seaside park in Gulfport, former Mississippi Gov. Barbour praised volunteers who worked on the Katrina recovery…
Scientists tracking the algae said Friday that the heaviest concentration is in the western third of the lake.
Prosecutors allege that the killing was premeditated and are seeking a first-degree murder conviction.
National legislation is in the works to exclude industrial hemp from the Controlled Substances Act.
Davis stopped issuing all marriage licenses after the Supreme Court’s June ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
Police say 61-year-old Felix Kumi of Mount Vernon died early Saturday.
The NYCLU has been fighting back with an app that automatically uploads citizen videos to a central server as soon as a video is recorded.
But Barton, from the University of Akron, has discovered there is bacteria – albeit scant – in the lakes.