One of the drivers had to be cut out of the car and was taken away by ambulance.
Police arrested James Brooks in August after they discovered Alesha Bell’s remains in his fire pit in Ashtabula County.
The former students participated in the first “Clap Off” at C.H. Campbell Elementary School to walk the hallways in their caps and gowns.
The park wanted to “improve the habitat, the appeal and the accessibility” of the pond.
Tuesday’s meet and greet will be held at 2 p.m. at Choffin Career and Technical Center.
The program provides meals for children ages 1 to 18 for free, and adults for a small fee.
A turning point for the Allies in World War II, known as D-Day, occurred 72 years ago today — on June 6, 1944.
Police said Renada Torres brought children to a house on Gluck Street to fight a woman’s son, later firing a gun at the woman.
A Hermitage man was charged with assault after police said he attacked a man at the alleged victim’s house.
Police said the suspect hit her boyfriend in the head with a machete, but due to her intoxication, used the wrong end of the weapon.
The library is clearing out its collection before it is torn down to make way for the new Michael Kusalaba Branch.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission said the work is one of the biggest improvement programs in the past 15 years.
Harper is charged with murder in the death of three-year-old Russell Cottrill.
The official groundbreaking ceremony of the Lordstown Energy Center at Henn Parkway was held at 1 p.m. Monday.
Morrow is accused of sexually assaulting a girl who is now 12, beginning in 2009 through last year.
A convicted murderer was re-sentenced Monday for the 1985 murder of Youngstown State University student Gina Tenney.
A man told police he and his 4-year-old daughter were walking near a home on Malleable Street when they were charged by three pit bulls.
Police searched a Tennessee Avenue home after receiving a report that the suspect had been buying large amounts of cold and allergy medicine…
Several traffic-related citations were also issued to drivers stopped at the checkpoint Friday.
There are still about 50,000 new AIDS cases reported each year, but treatment is easier now for patients.
People are still cleaning up the damage from storms that rolled through Sunday afternoon into the evening.
About 1,500 people went to the Warren Amphitheatre to listen and share their stories of hope, loss and recovery.