TJ Maxx is pulling a particular t-shirt from its stores.
City, state and county officials met Friday morning to help strengthen animal laws across Trumbull County.
We’re halfway done with round two of the NCAA tournament.
Here’s reviews of the two big flicks.
A critically burned homeless man ran down a Pittsburgh street covered in flames.
It was also recommended that Beavercreek police develop a citizen advisory committee and videotape police training exercises.
Police say the suspect sold over $1,200 in stolen jewelry at a downtown Sharon business.
General Motors isn’t done dealing with the massive recall over ignition switches.
Sky-gazers in the Arctic were treated to a perfect view of a total solar eclipse Friday.
A judge ordered the 60-year-old Mexico native held because of fears he would flee rather testify against his son.
Child car safety seat maker Graco is facing the largest-ever penalty of its kind.
Youngstown Airmen are helping a local charity give aid to children in Guatemala.
Federal and local authorities said the evidence shows hands up, don’t shoot didn’t happen.
Police and rescue workers used gas cutters to rip apart the wreckage to find people who who were feared to be trapped.
When crews arrived, the fire had already destroyed the roof of the house.
Walker struck out five in four shutout innings.
The Penguins end the season with a record of 21-11.
The Bulldogs fell to Akron St. Vincent St. Mary, 67-44 in the Division II Regional Semifinals Thursday at the Canton Civic Center.
The program aims to turn vacant lots into community spaces.
Humphreys is the first person to publicly attest to hearing such comments from Hancock.