The U.S. senators from Ohio and Oregon have a friendly bet on college football’s championship.
Detectives said they had preliminary evidence indicating Phoebe was alive, but they wouldn’t say specifically what it was.
The Republican cause was emboldened Friday, when Nebraska’s highest court tossed out a lawsuit challenging the pipeline’s route.
The World Health Organization now says there are enough beds to isolate and treat Ebola patients, but not all are in the hotspots where the …
The biggest target this year has been Ava DuVernay’s “Selma”.
Modern cars with electronic fuel injection have eliminated the need for warming up the engine.
The road was shut down between Elm Road and East Market Street.
Sunday mass will go on as scheduled at Sovereign Grace Chapel, but it will be held in the assembly hall.
Lori Naples, a Howland business owner, and Melissa Wasser, an OSU student from McDonald, will be in Arlington next week.
The Warren woman visited the site of the newspaper killings and was touched by the way the French are dealing with the terrible events.
Police said the Huntington Bank on South Avenue near Midlothian Boulevard was robbed Friday afternoon.
The ice and snow made for dangerous driving Friday, and some drivers weren’t prepared to handle the conditions.
The retailer said Thursday it will also close 14 department stores but open two new locations.
The 14 buses in the Austintown fleet have the longest routes in the county.
Along with increased patrol to spot impaired drivers, police will be enforcing seat belt laws.
The woman had been serving a jail sentence for a theft conviction piece-by-piece.
A Virginia group brokered for the release of 23 dogs.
A Massacusetts woman gets the surprise of her life.
State police say at least one person has died in a series of crashes involving dozens of vehicles in southwestern Michigan.
French police stormed a printing plant north of Paris, freeing a hostage and killing two brothers linked to al-Qaida.