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A woman has accused a man of threatening to release nude photos of her from 2011, when she was 15 or 16.
Six feet of snow is on the ground in Buffalo from a ferocious lake-effect storm.
An envelope containing the substance was mailed to the business last week.
The $8 million heist included two conspirators, a hideout in West Virginia and a custom van.
The service to remember Faith McCullough is scheduled to start at five o’clock.
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The Ohio Supreme Court found that William Helbley prepared paperwork for loans at inflated prices.
Model and TV host Janice Dickinson added her name to the women who have accused comic Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
Several homes and businesses lost water pressure.
The roof and walls of the barn collapsed.
Awards were presented to those who have made an investment in beautification, preservation and revitalization.
Giant Eagle presented its plans to the Boardman Zoning Board on Tuesday night.
It was suggested to make the Boardman event a 12-hour or 18-hour event, but it will remain a 24-hour event.
The safety agency has been under intense pressure from lawmakers to seek an expansion of the recalls beyond the Gulf Coast states, Hawaii, P…
Tuesday’s vote was largely along party lines, with most Democrats supporting the bill and most Republicans voting to kill it.
Even after the violence, nearly 1,000 protesters continued their Tuesday march.
Three of the dead were born in the United States and the fourth was born in England, although all held dual Israeli citizenship.
A Wal-Mart truck slammed into a limo van that was carrying Morgan and several friends on their way back from a show in Delaware.
Monsignor William Lynn has been on house arrest in a Philadelphia rectory since his conviction was thrown out on appeal last year.
Seattle-based Privateer Holdings announced Tuesday it has reached a licensing deal with Marley’s heirs to offer marijuana strains.
The state public defender, the American Civil Liberties Union and Ohioans to Stop Executions all say it’s better to keep executions as open …