Nissan announced Saturday that it is recalling more than 52,000 vehicles for passenger air bags that can explode.
The former navy lieutenant commander still has shrapnel in his in shoulder from the Battle of Iwo Jima.
The YSU-OEA and university have been at odds over their health insurance.
Ohio farmers are essentially victims of their recent success.
Ohio Supreme Court ruled that defendants in drunken driving cases can challenge the accuracy of certain tests results.
D’Andre Berger told police that he assumed the dog either escaped during a break-in or was taken.
Of the major oil- and gas-producing states, Pennsylvania gained one.
All of the Cooper’s non-adult children have been removed from the home by Washington County officials.
Police say the child stepped out from between two parked cars in Abington, Pa.
Democratic former Gov. Ed Rendell says Wolf will do fine.
The prosecutor says the grand jury heard witness testimony and evidence gathered in an extensive investigation by police.
The funds are used to hire mental health professionals, add mental health and substance use disorder health services, and employ integrated …
It’s the second time within the last month that a problem within the power supply circuitry caused the reactor to shut itself down.
Some regional schools in Ohio have lost as much as 30 percent of their student population since 2009.
Welcome to the “dark Web,” where thousands of computer users from around the globe interact anonymously – and, in many cases, illegally.
Meeting with congressional leaders from both parties, Obama laid out three areas where they could work together before the end of the year.
Transit police in Boston say the man also handed the phone over to police Friday night
The use of the drug, meth remains high, because of imported Mexican meth.
Government figures show that fewer and fewer workers are being laid-off.
A body was found Saturday morning in downtown Youngstown.