Robin Chase drove Zipcar to a point that in 2013, she sold it to Avis Budget Group for $500 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
In March, there were 189 opioid-related overdoses and in a little over a month, 26 people have died.
At No Limits Alternative Center, adults on the autism spectrum have the chance to work in the community and come together as a team.
Pinwheels for Prevention is on display at Boardman Park for the entire month of April.
Police in Kent caught someone using drugs in a gas station restroom — using a baby changing station as a tabletop.
Weathersfield police questioned the suspect and reported that the political sign was in the front seat of his vehicle.
Authorities say a woman collapsed at the end of a half marathon in Pennsylvania and died at a hospital.
Kirsten Adkins, 26, surrendered to police and appeared in Niles Municipal Court Monday morning.
Warren police arrested McKinney on Feb. 25, 2015, with approximately 1657.2 grams of heroin and two handguns.
Officials say 79-year-old Verl Gibson is accused of repeatedly assaulting a juvenile female.
The spring weather means more people are heading out to the trails for hiking and biking.
Police officers and neighbors said girls escaping from the home and causing problems is nothing new.
The deadline to register to vote in the May primary is Monday, April 3 by 9 p.m.
A woman was able to escape a burning apartment even though the unit sustained extensive damage.
The victim told police at the hospital that he had stepped outside of the apartments to get some fresh air when he was shot.
A traffic stop in Youngstown turned into a police chase on the road and a foot chase through backyards on the northeast side of the city.
Police said four suspects have been arrested.
According to OSP, the man was driving a Lexus SUV when he went left of center and hit a van carrying three adults and three kids.
Trumbull County Children Services has seen 55 percent more kids in their care within the last two years.
Alchemy Acres takes in animals living in awful conditions across the state. Sunday marked its 20th spaghetti dinner.
The Northeast Ohio Rocks group paints kind messages on rocks, then hides them for others to find.
Gamers showed off what they could create in under 48 hours this weekend at YSU’s McDonough Museum of Art.