The driver was heading south in the northbound lanes of the interstate between Meridian Road and Route 711.
Both professional and amateur photographers are encouraged to capture sites they think best represent the Valley.
The project will employ 550 construction jobs and 30 permanent well-paying jobs after the plant is built.
Experts say the product has become more dangerous recently, with new types that can’t be detected in drug tests.
Witnesses said a man was trying to steal from the owner of Gas Land when the woman shot at him.
Investigators say Lisa Mutter failed to disclose her HIV status with her sexual partners, who she met online.
Drivers say they are having a tough time seeing over a four-foot cement wall to catch a glimpse of oncoming traffic.
The Western Reserve Port Authority is out at least $120,000 and is trying to breach its contract with Aerodynamics, Inc.
Arrests are expected after a test of chemicals found in the Ellsworth Avenue home.
A man told police the suspect, who broke into his car and threatened him with a knife, ran away after he shot at him.
Organizers say rain won’t dampen the race, which raises money for the Joanie Adbu Comprehensive Breast Care Center.
The crimes began when the victim was four years old, according to the indictment.
Bubbles has had a rough past, but he seems to be happier than ever.
Customers can now use and drink water as usual.
Youngstown used to get millions of dollars annually to help pay for air travel, but that’s not the case anymore.
The focus of the curriculum is to educate students in new technology and retain those students in the local workforce.
A woman, who police say came to western Pennsylvania solely to defraud retailers, was convicted on conspiracy charges.
The owners said they bought the house earlier in August to turn it into a rental property, and were already remodeling it.
Mayor John McNally wants to spend $300,000 to tear down the bleachers, and he wants it done as soon as possible.
Organizers need about 350 people to put on the event.
The bill, which still needs to pass the House, would give Ohio firefighters with cancer better access to workers’ compensation.
According to the service director, the city knew about the roof leak five years ago but was told it just needed patchwork.