Michael Charles “Mike” Zydyk, 68, passed away August 18, 2016
Arrests are expected after a test of chemicals found in the Ellsworth Avenue home.
Twitter noted that there is no magic formula for identifying extremist accounts.
Charles Winphrie departed this life Thursday, August 18
A man told police the suspect, who broke into his car and threatened him with a knife, ran away after he shot at him.
The private prisons on the chopping block are operated by three private companies.
Organizers say rain won’t dampen the race, which raises money for the Joanie Adbu Comprehensive Breast Care Center.
Critics maintain the game is easy to rig, noting operators can set the payout odds.
Volvo said it was the beginning of what “both companies view as a longer-term industrial partnership.”
The crimes began when the victim was four years old, according to the indictment.
Bubbles has had a rough past, but he seems to be happier than ever.
Customers can now use and drink water as usual.
The reimbursement is being offered in the midst of a lawsuit against the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the NFL.
Clinton’s meeting comes as Trump, the Republican nominee, has accused her of being “against the police”.
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley asked that unclassified portions of the FBI documents be provided to his staff.
Former NFL star Darren Sharper was accused of drugging and raping as many as 16 women in four states.
Youngstown used to get millions of dollars annually to help pay for air travel, but that’s not the case anymore.
Lochte first lied about the robbery to his mother, Ileana Lochte, who spoke with reporters, the police official said.
Surveys of hellbenders in the late 1980s and again in the late 2000s showed an estimated population decline of 82 percent.
Police have accused Fowler of giving various stories about where the children are – none of which checked out.
The focus of the curriculum is to educate students in new technology and retain those students in the local workforce.
Uber will start hauling passengers with self-driving cars on the streets of Pittsburgh in the next several weeks.