A lawyer for the estate of a Vietnam veteran says the FBI is involved in an investigation of suspicious deaths at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia.
Transportation officials and labor groups teamed up Wednesday to remind motorists construction projects will continue well into fall.
The Ohio State University Extension, alongside River City Farmer's Market, held a Junior Farmer's market for a select group of students at Putnam Elementary on Thursday.
The Warren Warriors are the band of the week for the week of September 19th. They earned an excellent rating at their first marching band competition of the year.
One person is confirmed dead in the flooding and rain is expected to continue through Friday, making Imelda the 7th-wettest tropical cyclone in U.S. history.
The police chief cheered the vote, but civil liberties advocates warned that the technology was flawed and would infringe on residents' privacy.
Alexei Saab allegedly took photos and video of sites such as the United Nations, the Statue of Liberty and Boston's Fenway Park as potential targets.
The tropical depression is bringing "significant and life threatening flash flooding," the National Weather Service said.
Police issued an Amber Alert after they say a man may have driven off with 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez in a red van with tinted windows.