Ohio said Wednesday it’s ending the same-day issuing of Ohio driver’s licenses and will mail them instead to save money and increase security.
Licenses will arrive about 10 days after they’re issued once the change takes effect July 2, the Department of Public Safety said. Drivers will be issued temporary licenses and ID cards in the meantime.Read More >>
Of course, the start of a new month also means Netflix will be dropping a few titles. So if you want to watch shows and movies like seven seasons of Archer, Breakout Kings, Rosewood, The Santa Clause trilogy, Zootopia, xXx, and all four Jaws films, you better hurry.Read More >>
One of the nation’s largest sports retailers, Dick’s Sporting Goods, said Wednesday morning it was immediately ending sales of all assault-style rifles in its stores.Read More >>
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn are reportedly basically living together, according to a new report from The Sun's Dan Wootton, who broke the news about their relationship in the first place.Read More >>
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Drivers on Interstate 480 will see three new billboards that will be up for three months -- by a company that wants LeBron James in Philadelphia.
ESPN reports it's all the idea of Power Home Remodeling, based in Chester, Pa.Read More >>
Another one bit the dust after getting bit himself on "The Walking Dead." Warning: Spoilers ahead!
This one wasn't exactly a surprise, since viewers learned a walker snacked on Carl Grimes back in December, but it still wasn't easy to say goodbye to Chandler Riggs' character thanks to one extremely emotional episode.Read More >>
Kim and Kanye announced an appearance on the game show Family Feud. The couple admitted to loving the show hosted by Steve Harvey. Kim shot a Snapchat video with Kanye in the background. She revealed that Kanye has, "waited his whole life for this moment." The episode doesn't have an air date yet. Click the link for the full story and video. https://uproxx.com/hiphop/kanye-west-kim-kardashian-family-feud/Read More >>
JACKSON TWP. Police investigating the deaths of two teenagers late Friday are trying to determine whether the incident is the result of a double suicide or a murder-suicide, Jackson Police Chief Mark Brink said in a news release Saturday morning.Read More >>
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio– The Jackson Township Police Department is investigating what it believes is a double suicide or murder-suicide.
Police received a call to check on the welfare of two teens. An officer found them in a wooded area south of Portage Road at about 8:29 p.m. Friday.