Ohio Gov. John Kasich is laying out the state’s plan to speed up highway and bridge construction projects across Ohio.
A man who neighbors said told children he was Santa Claus was formally charged Monday with having child pornography after law enforcement raided his home on Friday.
A 23-year-old man is facing charges Monday for trying to kill a house full of people Saturday in Campbell.
A four-hour impaired driving checkpoint and saturation patrol in Goshen Township netted one arrest on Saturday.
A North Bloomfield man died late Sunday after a horse and buggy turned in front of the ATV he was driving in Ashtabula County.
A 32-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of stabbing three women during an argument on Youngstown’s East Side.
Youngstown firefighters battled a string of fires beginning around 5:30 p.m. Sunday with the latest one erupting early Monday morning.
Monica Phillips of Youngstown is in the running to win ‘Song of the Year’ in a national contest.
Police responded to a call at the Rockford Village Public Housing Apartments around 8 p.m. Sunday.
The body of man found Friday in Center Township has been identified.
The Warren City Wide Youth Choir held a special performance at the Warren amphitheater on Sunday night.
A Ford Taurus went off the road, hit a tree and flipped.
Neighbors said they’re still in shock after a violet explosion of gunshots Saturday afternoon left four people injured.
Five fire trucks arrived at the scene of a burning vacant home on the city’s South Side Sunday afternoon.
Project organizers hope that a new website will continue to connect local farmers with local restaurants and consumers.
There was a heartfelt send off for a group of youth baseball players in Boardman.
“The Painting of John Mellencamp” will be featured at the Butler Institute of American Art in November.
Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that a man failed to negotiate a bend on State Route 289 and was thrown from his bike.
Bikers participated in a Poker Run to help raise money for a former Motocross racer who was involved in a life-changing injury at last year’s Columbiana County Fair.
The hotline said that callers frequently wanted winning lottery numbers or information about casinos and horse tracks.