The suspects are accused of putting the devices on locations in five states, including in Austintown.
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It was the 11th horse in Ohio that has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
The offer is contingent on the candidate’s acceptance and success in passing a background check and drug screening.
Police said the teenager didn’t have the required lights activated on the buggy and appeared to struggle with the horse.
The four men were arrested at PNC Bank in Poland Twp., where police say one of the men tried to cash a forged check.
A social worker at Akron Children’s Hospital told police that Oxycodone was found in the girl’s blood.
Thursday evening, the GoFundMe stood at $9.5 million raised. But how much of that will go to the victims?
Police said Henderson’s 4-year-old daughter was in the mobile home where the drugs were being made.
Marchionda is the CEO of NYO Property Group, which owns several buildings in Youngstown.
The Cafaro Company says plans are being finalized to relocate Burlington to a new space in the complex.
Prosecutors are withdrawing their motion to revoke the bond of the former Campbell mayor if he reports to prison.
An Erie, Pa. man is facing charges as a result of the traffic stop.
A social worker at Akron Children’s Hospital reported that the 1-year-old boy had injuries consistent with abuse.
Sturdivant has a history of fondling-related arrests and is a registered sex offender.
The Canfield Fair Foundation announced that it received nine leadership gifts and one anonymous gift, totaling $950,000.
Students evacuated the building on Tuesday morning so the fire department could inspect it.
A bus driver and an aide reported seeing Tindell punching and kicking her daughter while she was on the ground.
Police said they found clothing worn in robberies in Hermitage, New Wilmington and New Castle in the suspect’s home.
The values were determined as a result of an appraisal of each property, which is required every six years.
Police said they were found passed out in a car with two young children in the back seat.
It’s the theatre’s third joint deaf/hearing play production, and deaf and hearing actors are needed.
Setting off fireworks in Ohio could be legal by 2020 if changes to the current law go into effect.