Connecticut police say they are investigating a batch of tainted synthetic marijuana that has sent about a dozen people to the hospital.
A 77-year-old Ohio woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after admitting she caused her 100-year-old mother’s death.
A western Pennsylvania police officer has been killed in a head-on crash with a work van police say was traveling the wrong way.
All roads are open now around the wastewater treatment plant in Youngstown.
The car hit the pole and ended up on a residential lawn.
Stricter nutrition guidelines for school cafeterias across the nation has left some districts with fewer paying customers.
The suspect in an attempted robbery at the Family Dollar in Lisbon is still in the hospital but has regained consciousness.
Schools are often caught, when making lunches, between kids’ tastes, nutrition and federal guidelines.
Barbara Tatge says she wrote back to the wife Monday, thanking her for her graciousness and good humor.
Within less than an hour of the leak being discovered, HazMat and emergency management crews were already on scene and had a perimeter set u…
Officers said the man captured on surveillance video piled items from the store into an empty baby stroller, then walked out.
Energy lobbyists argued that local regulations shouldn’t trump property rights, effectively choking off natural gas drilling underground.
Evidence showed that Mendoza tweeted “2 drunk 2 care” before the Sawgrass Expressway crash.
Agents recorded Elton Simpson from Phoenix talking about fighting nonbelievers for Allah.
Cornell can use a jail computer set up without Internet access to review the files over a five-day period.
Six- to 8-foot waves were recorded at Santa Monica, with slightly higher surf in neighboring Venice.
They were halfway across the Little Lake Butte des Morts when a gunman opened fire.
The Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Justice and authorities in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are investigating.
Officials said 85 percent of its admissions are for heroin and opiate problems.
Supporters say counties are struggling with operations and technology costs for the 911 system.