Former workers of the Campbell Seamless Hot Mill met for their 30th reunion on Friday.
Alcohol is one of 4,000 new items the online retailer just added to its Prime Now delivery, in addition to toys, electronics, wrapping paper…
The Interstate 80 crash on Thursday occurred just a couple miles from a work zone, which ODOT says can be dangerous.
A Salvation Army bell ringer was accused of exposing his genitals after a child placed money in the red kettle.
Timofey Mozgov added 17 points as Cleveland claimed its 12th straight win over the Orlando.
Farrell scored the game’s final 14 points in the final three minutes to secure the Western Final victory.
Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams sent the jury of seven women and five men home for the weekend after the defense rested early in the …
The co-chair of the Colorado Springs chapter of the ACLU resigned on Friday after posting on Facebook that he would shoot Donald Trump suppo…
The small lake in a park about 3 miles from the terror attack might hold a hard drive, according to a law enforcement official.
The fire was contained to the small building’s front lobby, and no one was injured. Its cause is under investigation.
The letters of support is a collaboration from Christian and Jewish leaders sparked by remarks by GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
The Republican presidential candidate’s campaign announced Friday that it filed to be on ballots in Ohio, Hawaii and South Carolina.
A former Maldivian prosecutor testified that the arrest of Roman Seleznev by U.S. agents was conducted in an unlawful manner.
The SkyLife air ambulance had a pilot, a nurse, a paramedic and a patient aboard when it went down.
There are currently 36 million drivers on the road over the age of 65.
The 6-foot-11 Williams was a key player for the 1988-89 Cavs, who went 57-25 during the regular season.
Joel Jenkins was indicted Thursday by a grand jury in Waverly in southern Ohio.
Protesters allege a cover-up and have called for the resignation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez.
The Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association sued in September to keep training in Cleveland.
Its mission is to provide hope, opportunity, education and empowerment for folks living in the low-to-moderate income range.