Investigators said Ralph Goad confessed to a slew of break-ins dating back to February.
A posthumous honorary degree from the University of Minnesota is in the works for music legend Prince.
A California mother was reunited Thursday with her abducted son after 21 years.
Thousands of free tickets were snatched up within an hour, many fans waiting hours for the chance to witness history.
The legislation strikes both “homosexuality” and “lesbianism” from the definition of marital misconduct.
The ‘Star Wars’ actress is encouraging people to pay attention to their bodies.
A moderate earthquake hit the Palm Springs area early Friday and was felt across parts of Southern California
Authorities in Ohio have identified a man who they say shot two people including a sheriff’s deputy.
Tyler Naquin golfed a two-run home run in the eighth inning to lift the Indians to a 5-3 victory.
Evgeni Malkin and Carl Hagelin scored 26 seconds apart in the first period, but it wasn’t enough.
The money was raised during Subaru’s “Share the Love” campaign, where $250 from each lease or purchase went toward the donation.
Library staff and city officials are excited about the new look and technology the building will bring to the city.
Joseph Difrischia was last seen on April 28 while on his way to a friend’s on the south side of the city.
Police say the man, who was very intoxicated, was doing donuts at the intersection of Mahoning Avenue and Summit Street, stopping traffic.
The boy’s mother said in court that an apology won’t bring him back.
The Sparks family was able to snap a few pictures when they ran into the legendary boxer at an airport in 1982.
The game was a makeup of the April 28 contest that was postponed by weather.
Crews will begin work later this month and should be completed by the middle of September.
What does the new law legalizing marijuana for medical purposes in the state mean for law enforcement and patients who need it?
A portion of 89 streets in Salem are going to be resurfaced.
Dick Paulini returned to his veteran father-in-law’s grave at Hope Cemetery to find the flowers he placed there were taken.
Salem Mayor John Berlin said he expects around 30,000 people to attend this year.