In a statement released by his attorney, Biden said he respected the Navy’s decision and was moving forward with his family’s love and suppo…
Pennsylvania’s governor said Friday that the three people aren’t showing symptoms of Ebola and aren’t being quarantined.
The Ohio Health Department’s request to spend more money on equipment designed to help fight Ebola will be considered Monday.
An Austintown schools aide was acquitted on charges that she intentionally harmed a student.
The mayor of a suburban Cleveland city put two workers on leave and ordered city hall closed for cleaning because of Ebola concerns.
The first nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man at a Dallas hospital has been transferred.
A prominent volcanologist disputed Japanese regulators’ conclusion that two nuclear reactors were safe from a volcanic eruption.
A Salem man will spend 15 years to life in prison for the strangling death of his former girlfriend.
The accident happened near a construction area on Interstate 80 in Hubbard
The shop is closed and health officials want to talk to anyone who may visited after Amber Vinson was there.
U.S. lawmakers in the Valley want a ban on new travel visas from Ebola affected African countries.
Superintendent Dr. Connie Hathorn talked with people living in the city about what they are doing to improve the schools and the challenges …
Homecoming week at Youngstown State University continued on Thursday as students got the chance to build their own pete the penguin.
A Columbiana County teen spread the news about diabetes on Thursday evening.
A Boardman school notified parents that a family member of someone at the school traveled on the same plane as Amber Vinson.
Tallmadge police keep watch on a home where Amber Joy Vinson stayed.
The system consists of a security camera, intercom and remote access equipment.
The search committee is asking members of the community to help define the next president’s role.
Veterans packed a Trumbull County courtroom on Thursday as the case continues surrounding a veteran and his Purple Heart license plates.
An airport spokesperson said they went above and beyond the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations to clean the airport.