The antiquated Pittsburgh city sewers overflow during heavy rains.
The principal and guidance counselor gathered students to talk after hearing the news.
Bill and Judy Schmidt were Wilson High School sweethearts and this year marked their 42nd wedding anniversary.
A quick pitch by Kevin Slowey sparked benches to empty in a rare testy spring training game.
Youngstown-area Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants are helping guests spring forward with a “Free Iced Coffee Day.”
Flowers and stuffed animals were left next to a pile of yellow police tape outside the home Monday morning.
A McMuffin for dinner? It might happen.
The children say Williams’ trust clearly granted them his clothing, jewelry and personal photos.
The report released Monday says Ohio has 146 active death penalty cases.
Panel members have two weeks to submit revisions or new recommendations.
His cause of death wasn’t immediately available Monday.
Rosen is the only person to have earned the MVP honors as a player and executive of the year.
The NFL noted throughout the 2013 season and into the 2014 season the Falcons violated league rules.
The park service is launching a campaign Thursday to raise support and court a younger, more diverse visitor base.
Warren police are also investigating the case.
Officials said that a man first noticed smoke coming from the attic of his house.
The fire caused a street closure.
The Browns were also fined $250,000, but the league did not strip the team of any 2015 draft picks.
It was just like any other Saturday for the Bushart kids, except for who they encountered when they got home.
Three people were killed and more than 260 were injured when two pressure-cooker bombs exploded near the finish line April 15, 2013.
Police in Newark said they began receiving calls last week about vehicle damage caused by BB guns.
Bus driver Harlan Jenifer said the girl swung her legs as she chanted, “All I want is a slushie.”