A woman in Girard told police her husband assaulted her and wanted to sell her for crack.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says a two-car crash in southwest Ohio has left a 29-year-old woman dead.
Kevin Love had eight points and 14 rebounds to help Cleveland finish off a four-game West Coast swing with a 2-2 mark.
The Blue Devils ran to a 99-70 win despite Niles senior Cameron Kane-Johnson scoring 31 points.
East Liverpool garners the Potter Holiday Classic title in overtime.
Authorities say a cell phone used to order pizza gave away Ethan Couch’s location after he and his mother disguised themselves and fled to M…
State officials say the increase will help the state repay loans used for road projects.
Lance DeZee registered 31 points this evening in Reserve’s road victory at United.
Alex Jones finished with 19 points and 14 boards for the victorious Panthers.
Eagles CEO Jeffrey Lurie issued a one-sentence statement to the media, saying he appreciates Kelly’s contributions and wishes him success go…
Mercer Co. Humane Society agents seized several animals from a farm in Delaware Township on Tuesday after finding several dead animals.
Trump said Tuesday that his comments about Bill Clinton were “fair game” after Hillary Clinton accused him of having a “penchant for sexism.…
Ridge outscores Leetonia 42-32 over the course of the final three quarters.
Karen Hoyt and her family have to be out by Dec. 30.
One advocate, however, said the real test will be how Twitter enforces the rules.
Former Superintendent Dr. Scott Weingart will serve as interim for the remainder of the school year.
The cleanup continued throughout southeastern New Mexico two days after the region saw more than a foot of snow.
Pork is considered unclean in the Islamic tradition, and Muslims are forbidden from eating or touching it.
O’Mara has previously accused the hospital of wanting to pull the plug to cut costs.
Doug Demarest, 42, of Anchorage, died when the Cessna 172 clipped an office building and slammed into a commercial building.
A bill changing Missouri’s outdated law on when police can use deadly force to match federal policy will be brought back up in 2016.