Police have not filed charges in connection with the incident.
Settlement funds will be available to local government agencies in all 88 Ohio counties, DeWine said.
Police said that a young male set a shoe on fire at the store.
About a dozen people showed up for a rally outside Youngstown City Hall.
Nurses said that the practice jeopardizes patient care, while the hospital said mandatory overtime is rare.
The Warren City Health Department labeled the home as unsafe and unsanitary.
Police cited the driver of the truck for running a red light.
Paramedics took one man to the hospital.
The man entered a not-guilty plea Monday.
Police said that one of the drivers ran a stop sign.
Investigators believe Elijah Lashley may be headed to Baltimore, MD or Wichita, KS.
The chamber has assembled its own defense team called the Eastern Ohio Military Affairs Commission.
The impact caused one of the vehicles vehicles to go airborne and spin 180 degrees.
U.S. auto sales were stronger than expected in May, boosted by Memorial Day promotions and strong demand for new SUVs.
Three of Chris Berni’s eight chickens are still missing after someone stole four of them overnight.
Cruze sales are down 12 percent from the same time period last year.
It would be for five years and generate a little over $114,000.
Campbell Police Chief Drew Rauzan said Darrick Ball was being courted by several police departments.
Investigators said they found cocaine, ammunition, cash and four surveillance cameras.
Ohio is the second largest egg producer in the country.