Protesters they urged others to join them in trying to shut down Chicago’s Michigan Avenue shopping district on Black Friday.
The polygamous town hasn’t had a library for decades because of sect leaders who try to limit followers’ exposure to the outside world.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is running her divided office with a suspended law license.
The berm is designed to prevent carp from crossing the Wabash River into the Maumee River, which empties into Lake Erie during flooding.
Thanksgiving Eve is a busy night for bars and law enforcement.
The State Highway Patrol says beginning Monday, visitors to the public building must pass through a metal detector.
Ashley Orr, a YSU student from Columbiana, is the first YSU student and only the fourth ever from a public university to be named a Rhodes S…
Columbus police say a man shot Lozier’s brother, John Anderson II, as well as Anderson’s wife, Christina, and their son, Landon, at their ho…
CTE, which can be diagnosed only after death, has been found in the brains of dozens of former players.
The Greyhounds will try and improve upon last year’s 7-wins.
Last year, Greenville posted a 13-11 record while advancing to the District 10 playoffs.
Coach Dustin Snyder begins his first-season as the leader of the Mustang program with the Tip-Off Tournament on December 4.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The average claim is $2,100, according to the Ohio Department of Commerce.
When a person visits the pages, they’re asked to share something from their Facebook or take a survey, which is the main purpose of the scam…
If the nursing homes don’t improve, they will be cut out of the Medicare program.
Wilbert Patterson, Jr., 54, was arrested in September on a rape charge involving a six-year-old boy.
Boardman Police said the Thanksgiving weekend is one of the department’s busiest nights, especially with people visiting family in the area.
Volunteers ban together to provide Thanksgiving dinners.
The men are facing several charges related to a shooting at Southern Tavern on November 16.
Police say customers were left with unpaid loans and fraudulent titles.
The woman said she was frightened by the 3.5-pound aircraft and acted in self-defense.