Police say the U.S. Capitol is on lockdown as a precaution after shots were fired in what appears to be an attempted suicide.
Oily substance leaked from piece of equipment
Police believe he took money from grandfather.
Blaze was spotted by passerby.
The next Relay for Life is scheduled May 1 in Niles.
Lorna Bryant found her cat motionless and leaning up against the house on April 2.
The Mahoning Valley Lifelong Learning Institute, aimed at residents 50 and older, started in February 2014 but has been without a permanent …
The two brothers, Wiley Bridgeman and Kwame Ajamu, and another man, Ricky Jackson were convicted of aggravated murder in the slaying of a bu…
Taylor Alesana was constantly picked on by peers before taking her life last week, the North County LGBTQ Resource Center said.
Authorities said wouldn’t specify the extra protections around state Sen. Richard Pan on Friday, but the level of anger over the measure has…
After nearly a century of blazing trails, Castro died Friday in his sleep. He was 98.
“They were wonderful people,” Harter said through tears as she stood on a street corner, looking at the home.
John T. Booker Jr. is accused of planning a suicide attack at Fort Riley, about 70 miles west of Topeka.
At issue was a 2013 Missouri law that had set limitations on people helping others to sign up for health insurance.
Jacklyn Klosa was found Friday morning in the rubble of her Fairdale home, not far from where Geraldine Schultz died Thursday night.
Authorities say Tolbert used a hatchet to dismember the body. The victim’s torso was found in the Schuylkill River.
Freeh’s filings suggest Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover could handle the case, but court officials say Hoover has taken a medical leave of …
Judge James Graham said he’ll issue a written decision in the coming days on whether to dismiss the case.
Several police departments in Mahoning County have purchased body cameras for their officers to wear.
The Tribe is seeking a third straight winning season.
Police responded to a crash around 2:30 p.m. at the corner of Indianola Avenue and Oak Hill Avenue on the south side.
The resident is a convicted felon and is not allowed to have weapons of any kind.