Mayor Frank Jackson said the city’s response to a federal lawsuit was poorly worded and offensive.
The state alleges that BP knowingly double dipped by taking money both from the Petroleum Board and from insurers.
Mullet’s 15-year sentence was reduced to 10 years, nine months.
The statement was made in court documents surrounding a lawsuit filed by Tamir Rice’s family.
Ohio gas prices are on par with the national average to start the week but remain significantly cheaper than at this time last year.
The third of four children exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide from a furnace in a home has died.
Firefighters said the cause of the collapse remains unknown, however some suspect the weight of the snow may be to blame.
Crews were on scene for more than an hour.
A postal service spokesman says about 400 people work at the Akron facility.
The number of concealed-carry licenses issued or renewed last year in Ohio marked the first decline in several years.
Police say a 60-year-old man has been crushed to death at a machine shop in Ohio.
The coroner said the children were believed to be sleeping in the same bed when they were overcome by carbon monoxide.
The typical Ohio syrup season begins in mid- to late-February.
The 3,400-pound gondola built in 1982 was used on three blimps.
More than 25 people have applied for the job and several others have been recommended.
U.S. Marshals believe the man behind a fatal shooting in Sharon may have fled to Youngstown or Warren.
The company responsible for financing the film didn’t deliver the promised funds.
William Rhinaman was one of several school employees, including the former superintendent, who was indicted in October 2013.
The number of concealed-carry gun permits issued or renewed in Ohio dropped by 24 percent in 2014, the first decline in several years.
A 911 caller reporting the fatal shooting of the brother of Cleveland’s police chief says the man’s girlfriend confessed to killing him.