Four died and dozens more were injured when a driver plowed into the Oklahoma State homecoming parade crowd.
The project is on budget, according to Kovacs.
The World Health Organization has put processed meats in the same danger category as cigarettes or asbestos.
There’s no known suspect or motive in the shooting incident.
Fatal drug overdoses are the leading cause of accidental deaths in Ohio.
Mercy Health is looking for nurses and nurse assistants.
They remain on the job as negotiations continue.
It’s not difficult to find $2 gasoline in the Mahoning Valley.
Union leaders will vote on the agreement on Wednesday.
Senator Joe Schiavoni plans on taking what he learns to law makers, in the hope of improving schools in Youngstown.
Adacia Chambers, a 25-year-old resident of the college town, was arrested after the Saturday crash.
The beloved childhood treat (and secret adult snack) is debuting some extreme new flavors.
A 20-year ban on bear hunting is overturned and in less than 48 hours, hunters have nearly reached the cap of bears to be killed.
Police are looking for a suspect who they believe shot the man in front of his wife and kids.
The Kansas City Chiefs held onto a dwindling fourth-quarter lead to snap a 5-game losing streak.
LeBron James won’t cut any corners to prolong his NBA career.
While this holiday is meant for kids to have a good time, making sure they are safe has to come first.
If professional women’s soccer fever is about to descend on Orlando, the city got a great first taste of it.
Questions swirled about reigning Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick’s late-race tactics.
Todd Gurley heard the fans chanting his name. The rookie is commanding that kind of attention.
The Obama administration is announcing new guidelines toward standardized tests, saying kids spend too much time taking “unnecessary” exams.
Bulldog Custom Tattooing raises cancer awareness with ribbon tattoos in every color.