Quaid’s bid for permanent residency in Canada was denied in 2012, and it can take years for deportation to follow.
Vick said the mistake will haunt him until next Monday’s game at San Diego.
Haden was targeted by critics who felt he should have been on the field despite having a broken right finger.
The officer reported checking the basement, where no body was found.
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Some 3,500 people say they became ill after the company dumped C8 into the Ohio River.
A Warren man and woman were arrested after police were called to an apartment complex at 2:38 a.m. Wednesday for shots fired in the parking …
Thousands of new vehicles already manufactured and shipped to the U.S. will remain quarantined in ports.
An intensive search by air and sea over tens of thousands of square miles turned up one unidentified body.
The city and U.S. attorney for northern Ohio announced last week the hiring of the nonprofit Police Assessment Resource Center.
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The passage comes as President Barack Obama threatened to veto the defense policy bill over an ongoing partisan battle about government spen…
Wolf wants new revenues to plug a billion-dollar-plus structural deficit and to send more money to schools and for human services.
The sweeping reform legislation received overwhelming support in the state House on Wednesday and unanimously cleared the Senate.
The break is affecting water customers from Route 45 to the south end of Wellsville.
Police interviewed the woman who dropped the man off but did not charge or arrest her.
After a brief power outage in Liberty this afternoon, power has been restored for the 2,220 customers that were affected.
Police arrested Larry Smith Monday.
Lt. N.J. Hendrix of the Ohio State Highway Patrol said that it could be months before charges are filed.
For these three coaches of the ITCL, they are getting that chance to enjoy a game of catch with their sons and vice versa.
The trend is popping up as Halloween season approaches.
For the majority of property owners who appeared Wednesday, the city cut the fines from 300 dollars to 150 dollars.