“I’m pretty cool and calm right now,” Kasich told reporters Friday after a town hall meeting. I’m having fun.
Walsh beat the record for fastest sellout, previously held by Huey Lewis, who played to a sold out crowd in July.
Patrol said Keegan Rarden was hit by the westbound train traveling about 48 mph through the Lake Erie city of Huron on Friday.
Nevadans will consider another ballot measure in 2016 to legalize recreational use of marijuana.
Protesters say they’re not against astronomy but believe building on those mountains represents desecration.
Peter Bolduc denied knowing about any mechanical problems with the Jeep that was hauling the hay wagon.
Trezise was a sixth-grade teacher at North Schuylkill Elementary. She resigned in April, when the allegations first surfaced.
Capt. Matt Carter of the sheriff’s office told The Paducah Sun there is “no doubt about it, the eyewitness saved the baby’s life.”
The cause of Filimoni Raiyawa’s death wasn’t released Friday but is being investigated by police.
The number of children who finished all the projects in the reading program increased by 15 percent this year.
Piper was best known for his lengthy career with the World Wrestling Federation, now the WWE.
Judge Orrick issued a temporary restraining order against the Center for Medical Progress after a request by the National Abortion Federatio…
The college will be offering a new skilled trades program to help attract new prospective students.
Deglau was charged him with making three video tapes of the 4-year-old plus three others featuring her and another minor child.
The Clermont County Sheriff’s Office says Kylie Griffin of Batavia died Thursday at Camp Allyn in Batavia Township.
It is never okay to leave a child in a hot vehicle unattended as it puts them at a high risk of heat stroke and even death.
The ballot issue campaign was among those reporting political fundraising and spending to the state’s elections chief on Friday.
Anderson first soaked up the national spotlight as a young singer on “The Lawrence Welk Show” between 1967 and 1969.
Written versions of the survey will be available at all 15 locations of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County.
The owner isn’t convinced the person who wrote the note is telling the truth.