The topic of funding a program that would cut grass on vacant lots this summer turned into an argument about race relations in the city.
The turnpike’s commission could set a lower speed limit if it decides it’s safer in some areas.
Ohio has 61 police training academies, and data show only about one in three has a student success rate of 75 percent or above.
Dolce and Gabbana denigrated surrogacy and same-sex parents in an interview with an Italian magazine.
The parents will pressure the United Nations to help bring the 43 missing students home.
A former Philadelphia police officer has lost his civil-rights trial but was still awarded $20,000.
The program will target the trafficking of guns and drugs, which often go hand-in-hand.
Chris Borland announces retirement from the NFL after one season.
Philadelphia public teachers will help distribute discarded books to classrooms where they are needed.
Hallie Thome was announced Wednesday as the 28th recipient of the Ms. Basketball award.
Authorities say the Buckeye Lake dam could fail at any time and lead to catastrophic flooding.
A total of 21 people have died in the attack against the Bardo museum in Tunisia.
A snowmobile sank on thin ice on part of the route mushers were about to take.
The Federal Reserve still won’t raise interest rates after years of record lows.
The $5 million project work will begin October 2016.
The project was expected to cost almost $7 million, but the contractor bid Wednesday came in at $4 million.
Police said the crime spree included a carjacking and a home invasion.
A ranking officer in the Campbell Police department was demoted following outside reviews into his conduct on the job.
Veterans and Purple Heart recipients packed the courtroom waiting to see the outcome of Keith Chandler’s case.
The Campbell Police Department unveiled new kennels to temporarily house animals.