School officials say they’re now downplaying the tagline because it just wasn’t understood.
The unit notes it is illegal for parents to provide a “safe” place for their underage children and children’s friends to drink.
Authorities have moved the four mobile homes to an investigation command center in Waverly.
Volunteers will be sent into the city’s 166 parks and 36 neighborhoods with safety vests, pickers and trash bags.
Surveillance video shows a man approaching the school playground from the parking lot, and attacking the 7-year-old.
16-year veteran Sean Johnson was training to ride the motorcycle as part of the department’s traffic control unit.
Craft brewers have flinched at anything restricting their ability to be creative and make stronger ales.
The Ohio Senate passed the proposal. It remains in a house committee.
The Ohio House passed Annie’s Law, which would require the driver to take a breathalyzer test to unlock the car’s ignition.
According to data released by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, over 115,000 Democrat voters switched to the Republican party.
The city of Athens is the first municipality in Ohio to consider charging a fee for non-reusable paper and plastic bags.
The Montgomery County Coroner has confirmed Wednesday night that the three-year-old boy who was pulled from Mad River has died.
Under the new rules, the annual salary threshold at which companies can deny overtime pay will be doubled from $23,660 to nearly $47,500.
Investigators say the crew tried to stop using emergency brakes, but the teenager was struck and thrown to the side of the tracks.
The State Highway Patrol says four people in the car died and the truck driver was unhurt.
Policy Matters Ohio says Ohioans passing the GED is down 85 percent, but costs have tripled.
The suspect was caught filming girls and women in the shower. He was on probation for raping a 12-year-old girl.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resource is asking the public to participate in surveying wild turkeys and ruffed grouse.
Fire officials say five animals are believed to have died in fire at a pet care center in Ohio.
Deputies continue to patrol the areas, as several neighbors have also posted “No Trespassing” signs on their property.