Mercer County District Attorney Robert G. Kochems chastised local police departments for not taking part in a free court training session.
Police in Weathersfield Township will begin using hand-held cameras to target speeders.
The Cubs, meanwhile, still haven’t won the crown since 1908.
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Hartfield also received interest from Ball State, Buffalo, Canisius, and Longwood.
The Junior has already made his mark at YSU…breaking the program’s all-time sack record.
On Wednesday in court, a victim impact statement was read by a relative of the victim, before Arcuri was sentenced.
Nick’s father, Donald, said the last week has been an “emotional roller coaster ride.”
The biggest obstacle for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to win the White House will be voter turnout in the Valley.
Tyrone Howard, who’s accused of stealing a bike and fatally shooting Officer Randolph Holder in the head after a chase Tuesday night, was ar…
The kitchen was completely gutted, the entryway was expanded, and the entire ballroom has new lighting.
Support from the group was not certain since they’ve repeatedly opposed GOP leaders.
Police said the two men burglarized a home on High Hill Road in Pulaski Township on October 7.
NCAA believes the fantasy games meet the definition of wagering, it has decided to ban all advertising, on site and on television, during ch…
Kardashian’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, filed a petition Wednesday to dismiss the reality star’s divorce filing from December 2013.
Jones spent two-plus seasons wearing sweatpants or holding a clipboard on game days as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ third-string quarterback.
The team hopes to make the signing official Thursday.
Approximately 25 pounds of cocaine, with a street value of $1.5 million, was recovered from a Burton Street home on Tuesday.
Albuquerque police would not say if they believe the person of interest taken into custody is the shooter.
State officials say the problem is damaging the economy, depressing the workforce and overwhelming social services.
Davis’ emails, offer some insight into her state of mind in the weeks leading up to her five-day stint in jail.
Those covered cheered in the 2011-13 seasons and could receive at least $2,500 each per season.