One of the plaintiffs from Ohio, James Obergefell, said he was crying “tears of joy and sadness”.
Not everybody is happy now that Penn State’s getting back 112 football team wins.
The refinery project will convert natural gas to a cleaner type of diesel fuel.
The system of reservoirs and rivers that provide water to millions in this city have received less rainfall than hoped.
A French cultural center was set ablaze by protesters in the town of Zinder.
Some 100 tons of cocaine passed through the Caribbean in 2013, far above the 42 tons of 2011, the plan said.
While the Mozambican government’s flood plan, announced last year, may have lessened the damage, Malawi was caught off guard.
The Klondike Derby is an annual winter event for boys 11 to 17 aimed at building scout skills in an outdoor environment.
Dr. Shayesteh explains the difference between good and bad cholesterol and how to lower your bad cholesterol.
Parents need to be their kids’ good judgement online, experts said.
Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti said the county spends a couple hundred thousand dollars a year fixing potholes.
GAC has developed an added feature for aquarium lovers.
Bishop George Murry said the governor chose him as one of two clergy in the group and the only member from the Valley.
The Seven Seventeen Credit Union was evacuated.
Workers at the scene said the female driver suffered a laceration across her forehead
If you blink you might miss this quick criminal.
The 13-year-old girl told police she had agreed to urinate in front of the 33-year-old man but never did so.
Penn State is getting back 112 football team wins that were vacated two years ago in the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Responsible Ohio says it wants to set up five testing centers around the state.
Youngstown city council is expected to vote on a tentative deal next week.
Dominion officials said the gas release was actually a fail-safe feature for when the pressure in the pipes gets too high.
The crash happened in the vicinity of the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown.