Police say the driver of what may be a Jeep Cherokee hit the buggy on Tavern Road and then fled the scene.
A cruise ship on China’s Yangtze River sank overnight June 2, 2015 with 458 people aboard after being caught in a cyclone.
Only 18 people are known to have survived the capsizing of the ship.
It’s a move aimed at making the college admissions race less stressful and more fair.
Some Minnesota doctors are objecting because the marijuana prescriptions will come from pharmacists at state dispensaries.
Wal-Mart is raising starting wages for more than 100,000 department managers and workers.
East Liverpool City leaders have been assured the community it is not in danger from the Heritage Thermal Services waste incinerator.
American National Red Cross Giving Day starts pushing for donations today.
James Holmes knew his mission to shoot as many people as possible in a crowded Colorado movie theater was legally wrong.
Ohio’s funeral directors board is having a special meeting about a funeral home where 11 bodies intended for cremation were found in a damp …
Straley is the fifth chief to leave in the last three years under current Mayor Mary Smith.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Poland is back in the State Tournament for the first time in 32 years.
Roberta Jacobson would be the first woman to hold what is considered one of the most important U.S. diplomatic posts.
Kerry himself expressed optimism as his plane took off from Geneva, that he was eager to return to work.
Residents made it out safely after the police chief saw smoke while driving around.
“It feels like we’re getting married again,” said 83-year-old Robert Kirker.
The affected families have been notified about the discovery by the coroner’s office.
“It was a miracle,” she said. “We didn’t know if we would see him again.”
The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service was sent to investigate Primate Products Inc.