The list, released Wednesday, is based on submissions from the public received throughout 2014.
An anti-fracking group marked the third anniversary of the 2011 4.0-magnitude earthquake in Youngstown with rallies at three sites.
The couple was involved in a string of burglaries and car break-ins dating back to last summer.
A man with a lengthy criminal record killed six adults and two young children before taking his own life in Edmonton.
Everything from tigers to taxes and wine to willingness is covered by new laws taking effect in the new year.
The free coffee for turnpike motorists is a longstanding tradition.
Local police agencies will be working overtime to keep the roads safe from impaired drivers.
People around the country every year are killed and injured by falling bullets that have been fired into the sky.
The DOJ issued a blistering report earlier this month that said an investigation had found a pattern and practice of Cleveland police office…
His first priority here will be to make sure Mill Creek is operating as efficiently as possible.
Police and firefighters said it was a good thing the accident happened Tuesday instead of last week when people were doing last-minute Chris…
An SUV crashed through the front of the Dots clothing store in the Austintown Plaza on Tuesday.
The state is expected to meet next month with Warren Police Sgt. Geoffrey Fusco, who runs the academy, to discuss the program.
Since emergency services are not allowed to strike, the pay increases are mandatory.
When officers arrived, they found the house in deplorable condition.
So far, so good is what county engineers are saying about the lack of snow so far this season.
The mansion on Lipley Road went up in flames about 4 a.m. Oct. 21.
Police and firearm experts urge consumers to treat airsoft guns as if they were real firearms.
Police said the young boy was left in a shopping cart, reached into his mother’s purse and grabbed a small-caliber handgun, which discharged…
A man who was arrested after assembling an airsoft gun in the parking lot of a local plaza appeared in court Tuesday.