Numerous Republican lawmakers and presidential candidates say they want to eliminate Planned Parenthood’s federal funding.
The videos have brought investigations of Planned Parenthood’s policies on aborted fetuses.
Fresh footprints in the backyard led officers to a wooded area, where police found the brothers.
Nineteen people died of heroin overdoses in Chillicothe and surrounding Ross County last year.
The FBI arrested Joseph Buddenberg and Nicole Kissane, charging them with conspiracy to violate the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.
Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey said he received a resignation letter from Senator Paul LeVota on Friday.
Nicholas Kovacs was arrested by U.S. Marshals and Boardman police on Friday afternoon.
The 19-car train will leave the Covelli Centre Saturday and Sunday morning and head for Ashtabula, returning in the evening.
The Boardman campus of St. Elizabeth was built under Bob Shroder’s tenure.
“If you’re seeing a cardiologist, you may want to leave the room,” principal scientist Alan Stern teased at the opening of a NASA news confe…
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay bought the guitar for $965,000 in 2013. It was the most expensive guitar ever sold at auction.
The decision came two weeks after jurors ordered the multiplatinum-selling artist to pay $5 million to Lastonia Leviston.
Houser, 59, said not a word as he aimed at the audience, witnesses said.
The ashes of 73-year-old Barbara Waggoner were buried Tuesday next to her parents at Charleroi Cemetery.
Claytor’s body was found near Trego Creek Road south of Chillicothe on Friday, May 29.
Defense attorney David Grant said Friday that he was disappointed with O’Donnell’s ruling and that it would likely be appealed.
Lowe’s donated the flowers and bushes the volunteers were planting.
Donn Keever threw gas on his estranged wife, Amy Keever, and lit her on fire.
One person died when multiple vehicles collided on I-65 in Johnson County.
According to Indiana State Police Sgt. Kim Riley, the crash involved two semis and five vehicles.
The six-week program was free to all 300 students in grades 3 through 12.
Larry Haynes was executive director of the Community Foundation of Western Pennsylvania and Ohio.