Police Sergeant Bill Ward was responding to a fatal car crash Sunday, when a downed electric wire shocked him.
GI Bill benefits are grants, which means there’s no debt there for the government to forgive.
This fall semester, 285 more students enrolled than last year, making for a 2.3 percent increase.
A thermostat at one end of the building read 85 degrees on Thursday.
Local officials credit Hamilton County for efforts to offer immunity to those who turn over drugs to law enforcement.
Barnes is accused of shooting 57-year-old Kenneth Evans in May.
The public library is shut down Thursday and Friday while a water main gets replaced.
The fair runs through Saturday and will feature food, rides and live entertainment.
A boil alert is in effect for several Youngstown residents after a large water line failure on S. Meridian Road.
Police said evidence of heroin use was found in a vehicle, and a 1-year-old child was with the couple.
Ohio has yet to outline how exactly its new medical marijuana law will work even as it is set to take effect Thursday.
Police have issued an arrest warrant. The suspect has ties to the Austintown and the Youngstown area.
Officers followed the vehicle to a house on Hilton Avenue where the driver was arrested.
After a scuffle in the courtroom, the suspect tried to take off.
The city wants to demolish the east side neighborhood homes, where only nine residents still remain, to bring in businesses.
It was the man’s dying wish to give the Warren museum his 1937 V12 Packard Roadster.
Windsor House broke ground Wednesday on a 60,000 square foot facility at the corner of Routes 62 and 446.
Firefighters had to cut holes in the attic to put the flames out.
Resident say they have to wait at the crossing at Lyntz Townline and Salt Springs roads for up to 45 minutes.
Since the city remains in fiscal emergency, council wanted to know what other options there are.
As one of the officers began to catch up to White, he pushed the officer away and hit him in the face, according to the police report.
The Task Force wants to remind people that checkpoints are not designed to punish drivers, but to educate the public.