It was suggested to make the Boardman event a 12-hour or 18-hour event, but it will remain a 24-hour event.
The safety agency has been under intense pressure from lawmakers to seek an expansion of the recalls beyond the Gulf Coast states, Hawaii, P…
Tuesday’s vote was largely along party lines, with most Democrats supporting the bill and most Republicans voting to kill it.
Even after the violence, nearly 1,000 protesters continued their Tuesday march.
Three of the dead were born in the United States and the fourth was born in England, although all held dual Israeli citizenship.
A Wal-Mart truck slammed into a limo van that was carrying Morgan and several friends on their way back from a show in Delaware.
Monsignor William Lynn has been on house arrest in a Philadelphia rectory since his conviction was thrown out on appeal last year.
Seattle-based Privateer Holdings announced Tuesday it has reached a licensing deal with Marley’s heirs to offer marijuana strains.
The state public defender, the American Civil Liberties Union and Ohioans to Stop Executions all say it’s better to keep executions as open …
Hiring a compliance officer, rewriting polices and regular, mandatory training for directors were among the recommendations.
Quick and easy maintenance could eliminate a tow truck call.
There has been a lot of progress at the stadium over the past year, including the installation of turf.
The newly released video was sent to the Ohio EPA on allegations of illegal discharge.
Lab results could be in as soon as Thursday.
The Utica Shale Academy ready to evolve with changing industry.
Are you safe from potentially hazardous spills on the roadway?
A high-speed chase in Campbell ends with the suspect and cruiser colliding.
Surgeons have replaced nearly the entire face of a man severely disfigured in a car accident. Watch the video animation of the surgery.
The suspect was wearing a handkerchief over his face.
Record low temperatures are forecast for Tuesday night which could put some, especially those that must work outside, at risk.