PCOS causes women to produce too much of the male hormone, testosterone.
Four individuals were arrested Wednesday in what police called an “evil” scheme to abduct infants and kill their mothers.
The family says it was told only varsity teams can wear the letter according to East High’s policy.
Lufthansa Group said Thursday that 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz trained in Bremen, Germany, and Phoenix starting in 2008.
Federal officials say the chemicals released are hazardous and can pose serious health risks.
Every second-grader in the Youngstown school district is paired with a YSU student for two hours of reading tutoring.
Details of death and extreme abuse emerged Thursday as Mitchelle Blair appeared in court.
Permits will be issued in April for vendors at Clarence Darrow Park and the bike path trail head in North Bloomfield.
Standard General’s bid, which would keep 1,743 stores open and preserve about 7,500 jobs, consists mostly of credit on debt it is owed.
The family alleges that one of the officers slammed her to the ground face first, put a knee in her back and handcuffed her.
The infant had several injuries including two skull fractures and a broken femur.
Eugene Johnson Jr., 37, Derrick Wheatt, 37, and Laurese Glover, 36, were convicted in the February 1995 shooting death of Clifton Hudson Jr.…
A display of the Emmett Till trial is set up at Crestview Local Schools.
Lawmakers were furious that Obama authorized the detainees’ release from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
An online push for the NCAA to react to the bill began a couple of days ago with the hashtag #Final4Fairness.
The truck hit a beam being used to build a bridge across Interstate 35 in Salado, about 40 miles north of Austin.
The forum focused on improving relations between police and minorities.
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Orange flames and black smoke billowed from a five-story building near Second Avenue and Seventh Street in NYC March 26, 2015.
District Attorney Robert Kochems said the three were given sentences in the highest range of the sentencing guidelines.