Zach Puchajda and Kelsey Fisher, both 14, were flown to the hospital following the 1 p.m. crash.
Organizers said they do this to remind people what the Fourth of July is all about.
The Chevrolet van caught fire shortly before 1:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 15 near the Nevada border, closing southbound lanes for nearly…
The office decided instead to turn the case over to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office, which could file lesser misdemeanor charges.
Events will be taking place all weekend at the Packard Museum and Packard Music Hall.
A woman was shot Wednesday at Pier 14. Her father immediately began CPR before paramedics rushed her to the hospital, where she later died.
Monsignor William Lynn is serving a minimum three-year sentence after a jury found he endangered children in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia…
Judge David Lowy ruled Thursday that Chism’s trial will stay in Essex County Superior Court in Salem.
A handful of judges and clerks across the South are claiming the right to “religious freedom” protects them from having to comply with same-…
“We were hungry, and I cried for two days,” Limnioti said. “I felt homeless in New York.”
Reelz CEO Stan E. Hubbard said the pageant is the issue, not Trump. He said the billionaire won’t make any money off the telecast.
Obergefell says the protesters in Philadelphia on July 4, 1965 took great risks and laid the groundwork for his case.
The employee suffered minor injuries while trying to stop a theft suspect.
Wentland says in his lawsuit he loaned her the money so she could buy a new home in Clarks Summit while trying to sell two other homes.
“This thing’s still very much up in the air as far as we’re concerned,” said defense attorney David Grant.
Kelly Stark, 66, said Gearhart’s sterling reputation swayed him to invest $175,000 in several projects; he lost it all.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Speakers complained local workers were left out of the discussions about House Bill 70 as a way of silencing opposition to the measure.
Erin Marks is accused of using customers’ credit card numbers to pay bills for cash-paying customers and then keeping the money.
The suspects tried to steal batteries from the Wal-Mart on Doral Drive in Boardman.