If passed, the bill would be one of the most stringent abortion restrictions in America.
The Senate is expected to vote on the agreement Wednesday, while the House planned a Thursday vote.
“Ohio can rightfully claim it is the birthplace of aviation based on the accomplishments of my great-granduncles,” Lane said.
Henson said her son, Marcel, was stopped by police on the Los Angeles campus.
The new rules are intended to combat childhood obesity.
Despite the long winter weather, spring has finally arrived!
A crowd-funding campaign runs for a month. If the goal is met, shooting will start this summer.
Obama called the tragedy a “terrible airplane crash.”
Bureau of Prisons spokesman Edmond Ross said he could not confirm that Jackson would be released to a halfway house.
Field runoff from manure and chemical fertilizers is among the main contributors to algae blooms.
The fourth annual Veterans of the Valley luncheon was held at the St. Nicholas Social Hall in Struthers.
“In this environment I think we made great progress,” said Pelosi.
Ursuline’s Mark Hughes and Maplewood’s Nate Spitler were named to All-Ohio First Team.
The state is asking the federal government to treat the several weeks of storms as a single disaster.
The Dutch artist painted the oil on board landscape in 1883 in The Hague.
West Middlesex Senior Trey Staunch was named Starting Five Player of the Year after averaging 24 points and 12 rebounds per game.
This year’s Starting Five is headlined by a record-setting 2,000+ point scorer in PA.
The suspension came about due to alleged conduct during state testing.
Prosecutors said James Vinion inappropriately touched a 15-year-old girl in a swimming pool.
Police say the woman told them she didn’t know that using the card under those circumstances was illegal.