A recent government report shows that Medicare pays $4.4 billion every year treating injuries caused by nursing homes.
Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost released the results of the audit Thursday.
Police raided a house and say they found meth-making materials Friday.
Parents need to be their kids’ good judgement online, experts said.
The chief said the department is losing good candidates to areas that pay more than Youngstown pays.
Taxpayers in the Buckeye State are getting calls telling them to pay up – or face the ire of the IRS.
Firefighters in East Liverpool worry about low staffing levels in the department.
A chemistry professor said salt is the culprit and increases the rate of corrosion or rust on a vehicle.
The question over water pressure is reaching a boiling point between the city of Girard and Liberty Township.
Tax preparers are taking courses to catch up on all the changes the Affordable Care Act is making to the tax code.
Babies in Mahoning County are at a greater risk of dying before their first birthday than anywhere else in the state.
Investigators said there was no obvious signs of trauma on the body.
The warehouse is the same one where a truck carrying spoiled food originated from when it was pulled over in September in Lawrence County.
The phones at the Niles Municipal Building have been ringing off the hook non-stop all week,
The average break can cost the city roughly $2,000 between manpower and materials, according to Dunlap.
Police administration chose to suspend 3 law enforcement officials and docked the pay of a fourth Monday.
The statistics show a number of interesting trends in graduation rates at Nebraska and YSU.
Each record has a state contact that taxpayers can question.
The radio recordings show how police at the scene called for an ambulance several times.
A sheriff’s office dispatcher was suspended after waiting a half-hour to call an ambulance to the scene of a fatal accident last month.