Two top Republican senators asked the Justice Department Monday whether it is conducting a criminal investigation.
Over the weekend, the blaze killed an elderly, disabled area resident who was trapped in her home.
Jacob Harvey was sentenced Monday on rape, assault and kidnapping charges.
A partial government shutdown could happen on October 1st if lawmakers do not approve a funding bill.
Holmes is not in maximum security at the Colorado State Penitentiary but is more heavily supervised.
Uloma Walker-Curry, 44, was indicted on aggravated murder, conspiracy and felonious assault charges.
Congressman Johnson said the U.S. needs to reduce federal regulations and taxes to make it easier for American businesses.
Republican lawmakers such as local representative Bill Johnson said they will continue to fight the Iran deal.
The company has gathered some stats that they hope will show parents and kids how important it is to stay safe online.
Barry Dyngles in Austintown has been hosting the Queen of Hearts game since October of 2014, without having a jackpot winner.
The executive director of Easter Seals said one of the biggest hurdles for those with disabilities is finding employment.
Now, the resurfacing project will be postponed until 2016.
Mike DeWine said that callers are pretending to be grandchildren in need.
The campus is still on lockdown Monday afternoon.
brian Newhard worked with both Jackson Township and Mill Creek Park Police.
Investigators think some of the heroin that led to the overdoses may be tainted.
The company says Marchionne is staying in the U.S. to deal with business matters but gave no further details.
Police also cited one person for a violation of headlight rules and another for defective exhaust.
Howe’s family is very thankful to the community for their outpouring of support and ask for continued prayers.
A Kentucky clerk says she is not going to interfere with her deputies issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.