Troopers found the Oxycodone and Xanax pills in a rented vehicle with Illinois registration along I-80 in Wood County.
The ban applies to travelers from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.
John Baryak is okay and his house on N. Canal Street can be repaired. But the question that still needs to be answered is — who did it?
Hector Colon considers his family lucky, but this wasn’t the first time that he has had issues with the vacant property next door.
Some still raking leaves are frustrated but others are taking advantage of the 50-degree temperatures to decorate.
The city has agreed to either issue credits to its customers or to transfer $1.45 million into the water fund.
That, and other crime reported in Girard last week.
It has been five years since a brutal crime shocked the Valley — one that still has not been solved.
The building dates back to the late 1800s, but through the years, it has become a “hodge-podge” of additions.
A partnership between Youngstown City Schools and the United Way is trying to make pools a little safer for students.
Elwood, Indiana (Formerly Niles, Ohio)
Cordray resigned last month as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Earl Kimrey is charged with hiding 3-year-old Mariah Woods’ body, knowing she did not die of natural causes.
Christmas trees and other holiday decorations are pretty to look at, but they can be dangerous to children.
President Trump was Time’s Person of the Year in 2016 and is up for the award again.
William Toth was scheduled to appear in court Monday morning on rape and gross sexual imposition charges.
Customers in Trumbull County have experienced several power outages over the past few weeks.
The Boardman students are taking part in a nationwide initiative called the Hour of Code, part of Computer Science Education Week.
The dismissals came a day after the Giants lost in Oakland, with the team dropping to 2-10.
A birth from a transplanted uterus is a milestone for the U.S.