The 38-year-old woman was hit Sunday night near the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington.
Connellsville Mayor Greg Lincoln made the declaration and the city council imposed a 7:30 p.m. curfew for certain areas.
“Once he hit the water and he came up, he was just screaming and then the mom comforted him,” a witness said.
A proposed law in the Ohio Senate could force schools to delay classes until after Labor Day in the future.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pinpoints the cause.
Johnson and his running mate, Bill Weld, are set to appear on Ohio ballots without any political affiliation.
Medical marijuana becomes legal in the state on September 8.
A noon rally is scheduled for Thursday in Wilmington.
Her father says she got off the bus and knocked on doors until a women helped her, calling the police.
Crews will be pouring concrete in the bridge deck.
Television footage showed flames shooting from the church’s front door and side windows, and heavy black smoke.
Expanding access to it has been a major part of Ohio’s strategy to curb the increasing overdoses and deaths.
Just Friday, emergency rooms reported 174 overdose cases over six days, for an average of 29 per day.
Three people were hurt and two men were in critical condition following the crash on the Ottawa River near Toledo.
The fire started in the back of the cryogenic plant on State Line Road.
The grand jury decided it would not indict the Hamilton police officer who fatally shot a robbery suspect.
Officers said one of the glass windows on a side door was broken, and the door had swung open.
A witness told officers that the man regularly walks around the Lynwood Drive area, exposing himself to neighbors.
Police said the woman became aggressive after being told she had to go to the hospital, pushing the paramedics and hitting one of them.
Every year, people show up for the somber 9/11 memorial service at the park on Raccoon Road.