Honda said the recall covers seven models sold in the United States in 2001 and 2002.
The Ohio Department of Education is also investigating the case.
Combined Systems in Jamestown, Pa. makes things like bean bags for police to use when violent situations happen.
The group plans to continue to gather donations for at least another week.
Students at Glenwood Middle School in Boardman were planning a trip to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
Not only does it protect people from papers getting into the wrong hands, but it is also better for the environment.
The facility is being deconstructed and the injection wells are still shut down.
Kelly McCracken and her wife, Kelly Noe, are two of the plaintiffs in the Supreme Court case.
The man accuses the officer of bashing him against a tree and fence and then throwing him to the ground.
All it takes is a few dollars and a cell phone, and anyone could let themselves in your front door.
As part of the ceremony, victim’s names were read aloud as a way to remember them.
As tensions continue in Baltimore, a local pastor says he’s been in touch with colleagues in that area to get a sense of what’s happening.
A man who was entering into a drug overdose was helped by a Poland Township officer armed with Narcan.
At Poland High School, and many classrooms across the nation, students are talking about what is happening in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Diocese of Youngstown is joining the international relief effort to aid victims of the earthquake in Nepal.
The fire broke out Saturday at a house on Lisbon Street.
Renovations of the Boardman branch were approved and a new cafe is coming to the Newport branch.
A judge ordered her to repay what the state said she stole.
The money brought in over $82,000 for the city of Youngstown.
A juvenile judge in Trumbull County has not ruled yet whether documents will be released to the media.