A university student, a National Guard captain and a third man were shot to death in separate incidents Wednesday as anti-government protests roiled the central Venezuelan city of Valencia.
The board chairman says they vow to be transparent, and will seek input from people on campus and in the community.
Fourteen small dogs ranging from English cocker spaniels to toy poodles got callbacks Wednesday for the chance to star opposite five-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald on Broadway.
The lawsuit filed in federal court seeks more than $75,000 in damages from Hartford attorney John Haymond and his firm.
Senior Melissa Thompson’s three-point play with 36 seconds left in regulation broke a 64-64 tie and lifted the Youngstown State women’s basketball team to a 68-64 win over Oakland.
Arthur Chu finished in third place with zero dollars on Wednesday’s edition of the syndicated quiz show. He had reigned for 12 days, and his total winnings were $297,200.
Both the victim and the shooter are juveniles, according to the Portage County Sheriff’s Office.
An Austintown couple is using their creativity to make unique pieces of jewelry out of bullets.
UPDATE // Pileups on the Ohio Turnpike involving at least 50 vehicles killed three people and seriously injured a state trooper on Wednesday as a late-winter storm swept through the Midwest and the Northeast, ending a fleeting spring-like thaw.
Just two days after a series of minor earthquakes in Poland Township, a group opposed to the practice of hydraulic fracturing is now demanding answers.
Former Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Dr. Larry Duck sat down with 27 FIrst News investigative reporter Amanda Smith to discuss his record.
First Energy is reporting power outages in Southington, West Farmington, Farmington and Champion Townships for Wednesday afternoon, saying that around 2,600 are without power.
The Youngstown street department has enough salt for another winter blast.
Three people were injured Wednesday afternoon after the car they were in crashed into a tractor-trailer.
CBS says it’s renewing its hit comedy “The Big Bang Theory” for three more years.
Ukraine accused Russia on Wednesday of conducting a large military buildup near the countries’ border that raises the threat of an invasion, but Moscow denied that.
Israel’s parliament on Wednesday voted to begin drafting large numbers of ultra-Orthodox men into the military, moving to end a contentious system that enraged many secular Israelis by allowing young seminary students to evade army service.
Inclement weather has forced five local basketball teams to postpone their tournament games until Thursday night.
The New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home has reunited with them, and the family is now asking for privacy.
George Zimmerman said in an interview released Wednesday that he’s trying to be a good person and he thinks he can help others after what he has gone through.