On Friday, the Niles Light Department rescued a kitten that had been stuck on top of a utility pole for days.
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Police say they didn’t find any weapons on school property but took the 17-year-old boy into custody.
Jodi Stoyak is stepping down from her position as chairwoman of the Board of Trustees for Liberty Township.
The high schoolers wrote about 85 letters to the Florida students expected to head back to class next week.
Scooter got loose on a walk in November of 2016 and had been missing ever since.
You can report the potholes by calling the Engineer’s Office or filling out a work order form on the Engineer’s website.
Claudia Hoerig, with her two attorneys by her side, stood before Trumbull County Judge Andrew Logan.
According to the Warren Police Department, the suspect set up a secret camera inside of a bathroom at Bones Tires.
Police say the children were found walking alone down the street.
Jacob LaRosa could spend the rest of his life behind bars for the brutal murder of his 94-year-old neighbor.
Even knowing the risks, these three new hires aren’t backing down.
Janet Jones was appointed as the city treasurer by Mayor Thomas Scarnecchia in May of 2016.
Rachael Anderson was found dead in a closet inside her Columbus apartment last week — a day after her 24th birthday.
Police said the woman was trying to get rid of her 10-week-old puppy on Facebook before leaving it behind in a vacant apartment.
A Lordstown volleyball coach was sentenced for having inappropriate contact with players.
Dennis Watkins wants Attorney General Mike DeWine to appeal Danny Lee Hill’s case.
It was Claudia’s second court appearance since being brought back to the U.S. to face charges in her husband’s death.
Workers used an electrostatic spraying system using hospital-grade disinfectant to sanitize the school on Monday.
After the 30-day warning period, drivers caught on camera going over the speed limit will receive a $100 citation.
Police said Flowers tried to stab his pregnant daughter but ended up stabbing 27-year-old Christian Lampkin.
The owner of the Warren Plaza Giant Eagle said Rachael Anderson, found dead in Columbus, worked at his store for a few years.
Prosecutors say Tina Davis helped the suspect get rid of evidence by washing his bloody clothes.