Even though the big game is months away, security was already a big concern as Super Bowl 50 approaches.
Struthers City Schools Superintendent gets several phone calls every day from people complaining about buses or bus drivers.
The House has approved a bill to expand the state’s concealed weapons law to allow guns in colleges and day cares and on private aircraft.
The Penguins improved to 2-0 following a 71-54 win over the Purple Eagles.
Google’s study, based on data analysis, found that teams work best when their members feel like they can take risks.
George Jig Warren, one of the original owners, says the problem was a large number of under-performing restaurants that had to be closed.
The legislation would eliminate $14 billion in school property taxes by replacing the revenue with higher state sales and income taxes.
Jamar ONeal Clark, 24, died Monday evening, a day after he was shot by police during an early-morning dispute.
On Tuesday, Village Council overturned a Zoning Board decision prohibiting Renee Lewis from placing the four signs on the Hamilton building.
The 58-year-old Blagojevich is serving a 14-year prison sentence in Colorado.
More than two dozen face transplants have been performed worldwide since the first one in France in 2005.
The lawsuit is the first filed under a new federal rule that requires captive chimps get the same protection as wild chimps.
A volunteer firefighter badly burned in a 2001 blaze has received the most extensive face transplant ever.
Chaudhry, who had been in the U.S. to visit acquaintances in Oklahoma, wasn’t jailed while awaiting trial.
The Democratic front-runner said Sanders’ approach would “eliminate” major pieces of the health care system.
The White House has held a 90-minute conference call with governors about plans to increase the number of refugees accepted in the country.
A farmer had found the man’s car in his field Monday night.
the former “Two and a Half Men” star appeared on NBC’s “Today” to say he tested positive for the virus four years ago.
“I’ve come to the realization that this is not my time,” Jindal said on Fox News Channel.
Two administrative law judges issued an initial decision Tuesday, subject to approval by the Public Utility Commission