Prosecutor Michael McBride said the patient died after the employees gave him the wrong drug and then tried to treat his overdose.
Prosecutors say the charges stem from the 32-year-old inappropriately touching an 11-year-old girl he knew in Howland.
Fire officials in Struthers say a fire that destroyed a vacant house Tuesday was probably arson.
Youngstown State University is now the owner of the old Mahoning County Minimum Security Jail.
A spokeswoman for Heritage Valley Health System says the attack is affecting the organization’s entire health system.
Corey Bradley was found behind a vacant building on Miles Avenue in Cleveland.
Smoke fireworks sold at Walmart, Target and other retailers have been recalled because they can explode unexpectedly when lit.
Eighty-year-old Roger Wade was reported missing after he didn’t return to his Champion home.
Syrena Whitfield, Michael Forgach and Dawond Roddy are facing drug charges as a result of the raid.
The Boardman facility will be open to the community and aims to protect people from heat exhaustion.
The statue underwent a $70,000 restoration before it was replaced.
The pool was in danger of closing due to a lack of lifeguards, but a manager was hired to bring them in.
Austin Burke, 18, pleaded not guilty to the charges he’s facing, including the aggravated murder of 22-year-old Brandon Sample
Hospital staff told investigators the type of trauma the little boy suffered did not match the legal guardian’s story.
Police said Norman was in a Niles home with a girl, and there was evidence of prostitution or human trafficking.
Partnership2Gether sponsors cultural exchanges and economic and educational opportunities.
The 37-year-old could face up to 20 years in prison along with a fine of up to $250,000.
Dozens gathered at Courthouse Square in Warren Monday night to voice their opposition to the Senate health care bill.
Democrats said the report confirmed their own analysis of the GOP measure; the White House said the analysts have a “history of inaccuracy” …
Current Ohio Attorney General and governor candidate Mike DeWine talked about jobs and said getting people to work is his top priority.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman.
Calls are now being handled in two places countywide, instead of one for each community.