The last surviving Doolittle Tokyo Raider is still telling his World War II stories, and he enjoys hearing new ones that have been passed down to younger generations.
Over four decades with The Associated Press, I have many times thrown clothes into a bag, withdrawn a wad of cash, and stuffed my laptop case with notebooks and pens before rushing by car or plane to a terrible event in someone else’s hometown, state or country.
The county coroner on Tuesday described the gunman in the fatal shootings in downtown Cincinnati as determined to kill “as many people” as possible without hesitation and said that she had met one of the victims.
With yellow crime tape still sealing off the lobby entrance, employees returned to work Monday at a downtown bank building in which four people, including the gunman, were killed last week.
Police in Cincinnati will try again to answer lingering questions about their failed response to the calls for help from a 16-year-old boy who died in a minivan parked near his school.
Police in Cincinnati are ready to share findings from their internal probe into the failed response to a 16-year-old boy trapped in a minivan near his school.
Cincinnati officials expect to review a plan for improving the city’s emergency center while police finish an internal investigation into the death of a teen who twice called 911 to report he was trapped in a minivan.
Civil rights attorneys contended Wednesday that the Trump administration tried to rush deportations of Iraqis who faced torture, sexual slavery and even beheadings in their home country.
A former high school cheerleader’s trial on charges she killed and buried her newborn baby near her family’s house in an Ohio village is on hold as intense attention and speculation swirl around the case.
New surges in use of meth and cocaine in mixes with a powerful synthetic opioid are contributing to rising drug overdose death tolls in already hard-hit Ohio.