Dogs sniffed for anyone possibly still trapped beneath the heap of loose brick and rubble two days after the explosion.
The water ban had been in effect for a week.
Hubbard Township police arrested Kenneth A. Nezbeth, 36, of King Graves Road, Warren, Friday.
Trey Staunch finished his basketball career at West Middlesex by ranking in the top 10 of numerous statistical categories in the area.
“Thank you to that officer for being kind to my son,” Henson wrote.
Murphy said his success should help inspire others.
Mahoning County Career and Technical Center made the high school students face the heat, as if they were already on the job.
Students at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center spent Friday training on a real fire as part of the public safety program.
The congressman said no one should be deported to Brazil from the United States unless Claudia Hoerig is returned here.
Investigators counted at least 13 stab wounds in her back, authorities said.
JetBlue allowed the flight to continue for three hours and “unnecessarily endangered the lives of Capt. Osbon, the crew and the 135 passenge…
Prosecutors said they could not file homicide charges against a woman who allegedly cut an unborn child from her mother’s belly.
A court clerk previously said the jury had cleared venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers of discriminating and retaliating a…
The detective’s report said Scavone used unreasonable and excessive force and didn’t have probable grounds to arrest the woman.
Clinton’s attorney, David Kendall, said Gowdy was looking in the wrong place.
Dainesha Stevens wanted to take responsibility for not taking action when a friend of hers beat the child intending to rid him of demons.
Playing in intermittent snow flurries, the Penguins fell 2-1 to UIC on Friday afternoon at Eastwood Field.
Authorities say the 37-year-old Irwin resident sold 45 bags of heroin to a confidential informant for $300.
Nine inmates at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown refused their meals on Friday in a protest that began March 19.
The proposal in Kasich’s two-year budget would shift Ohio away from directly paying independent health aides, nurses or other providers.