Because it is Black History Month, the books donated on Thursday focused on black history and culture.
Video surveillance shows Hernandez walking unsteadily at a gas station and dancing near the gas pumps.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said he will be using about $35,000 in federal grant money to buy up to 20 lapel cameras.
The change means Internet providers can’t slow down service for customers who use competitors’ products.
Many drivers bemoan the expense of buying new tires, but old tires can be a huge safety liability.
The Northwest Ohio man builds a snow sculpture every year in his yard.
Flames and large plumes of smoke could be seen coming from the Gallia County Junior Fairgrounds’ Commerical Building as firefighters worked …
A building collapsed into a depression in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.
The American Kennel Club released its rankings of the most popular breeds of dogs in the country.
Police previously said Kimpel took a diamond ring appraised at $15,000 on consignment.
The move comes just after a panel voted Michael Sciortino out of office Monday.
The Mahoning County Democratic Party endorsed John Vivo Wednesday.
Police departments from Austintown, Salem and Niles, among other cities, attended the conference.
The department sued the city over not filling several positions left open by retirement.
The issue of net neutrality is a hot topic right now on Capitol Hill.
A water main break caused the office to close and cancel all appointments Wednesday.
Penn Township police say a school resource officer at Penn-Trafford High School obtained the video from the Feb. 13 party.
Authorities said the man faked U.S. citizenship before stealing someone’s identity.
Youngstown State’s men basketball team has had their issues finishing long before this season.
Harold Travis, 22, is being held by police without bond.