The U.S. Navy and National Park Service hosted a ceremony in remembrance of those killed on Dec. 7, 1941. More than 3,000 people joined the …
Police said the suspects forced two men to strip down to their underwear, taking their belongings after jumping out of a closet.
Brian Keith Terrell, 47, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the state prison in Jackson.
The investigator will join the team of state workers who help refugees find work and housing after coming to Utah.
The proposed ban would apply to immigrants and visitors, a sweeping prohibition affecting all adherents of Islam who want to come to the U.S…
Farook and his wife carried out the attack that killed 14 people and wounded 21 others Wednesday.
Chipotle said sales have been “extremely volatile” since early November when it closed restaurants in Oregon and Washington.
Prosecutors this week plan to charge Robert Lewis Dear, 57, with murder and other crimes.
Financial terms of James’ deal were not disclosed.
With upheaval on the horizon, players, coaches and executives are uneasy.
The bill passed, 43-7, on Monday, receiving wide bipartisan support.
The lawmakers said that with rising college debt near crisis levels in the U.S., they hope the measures jumpstart a national conversation on…
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
From November 6 to December 3, there have been five murders in the city. This year, there have been 22 homicides, up three from last year.
The federal lawsuit claims that Secretary of State Jon Husted has failed to ensure the rights of blind and disabled people.
The homeowner was sent to the hospital, and the dogs are being cared for by Animal Charity of Ohio in Boardman.
Congress reacts to President Obama’s call to ban anyone on the no-fly list from having a gun, and changing a specific visa-waiver program.
Warren plans to continue painting similar spots, and Mayor Doug Franklin says eventually every city building will have them.
The home was declared a total loss.
One of those in attendance on Monday was Robert Bishop, who was a Petty Officer aboard the USS Tennessee when the Japanese attacked.
With credit for time served, a homeless man convicted of the assault of a man who was later found dead, was released from jail on Monday.
Performances will be held around midday, from Monday almost up until Christmas time.