The suspects were arrested by U.S. Marshals on Thursday afternoon.
The drug is 100 times as potent as the fentanyl already escalating Trumbull County’s overdose rates.
Ohio State Highway Patrol says the community and other police departments helped track Daniel Waggoner, Jr. down.
Thursday was day four of the Columbiana County Fair, and WKBN 27 First News is the proud sponsor.
If a new bill becomes law, companies that get tax credits to come here would have to pay that money back if they leave.
For now, Schiavoni is working to fill the Ohio Senate with Democrats.
Warren City Council will meet again on Monday to decide whether a tax increase should appear on the November ballot.
A new survey said few people know what to do if they have symptoms of a stroke.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the park on Thursday afternoon.
Chief Palmer said the biggest focus is construction zones as well as school zones now that school will be back in session soon.
He was first elected to the House of Representatives in 1995 and was known as a moderate Republican.
Parishioners are remembering their pastor for his book of homilies and service to the community.
No sleeves and shorts were the preferred clothing choices. There were also plenty of places to rehydrate.
There was a difference of only 39 votes in the election, which had very low voter turnout.
Sen. Rob Portman says the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act will expand veterans treatment courts and programs to help them get back …
Police said the suspect fired a gun in his home while intoxicated, hitting the neighbor’s house as well.
Police found the teens at a Pokemon Go “hotspot” after they said the boys were playing in the school after midnight.
Releasing the information to the public is part of a statewide transparency project to let taxpayers see how their dollars are being spent.
Abu was arrested with 4 other men after police said fake credit cards and a machine to make them were found in the car.
A shotgun and several rifles were among the weapons.
The closures are scheduled from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Starting Monday, the Food and Drug Administration’s new federal regulations for e-cigarettes go into effect.