Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid many times more powerful than heroin and other opiate drugs.
The Cleveland Browns made headlines Monday after several team members decided to kneel during the national anthem.
The round table was convened and moderated by U.S. Senator for Ohio Sherrod Brown.
The statue of Col. William Crawford, the namesake of Crawford County was recently beheaded.
The newspaper reports Amazon will create more than 2,000 full-time jobs.
A Chillicothe man responded to an undercover officer’s advertisement, where the officer posed as a single mother with three children.
Senate Bill 164 would make it a felony for a medical professional to abort an unborn child if it is diagnosed with downs syndrome.
A new partnership hopes to fill the void leading to unreported hate crimes.
A condemned killer of two people is challenging Ohio’s lethal injection method and the constitutionality of the state’s death penalty law.
ALDI is known for offering wages and benefits that are higher than the national average for the retail industry.
The giant online charter school is moving to be designated as a dropout prevention school.
A bill proposes stricter sentences for people convicted of soliciting children on the internet.
An Ohio Supreme Court justice took to Facebook to admonish the Cleveland Browns players who kneeled during the National Anthem.
The tweet was later deleted but only after it was shared close to 1,000 times online.
The mother, who is a P&G employee, left the baby unattended in her car seat all day and called 911 when she found the child.
The U.S. Department of Education is awarding a second round of funding for programs that help low-income students aspire to attend college.
The woman said employees wouldn’t honor her ticket, saying it was destroyed or thrown.
Sen. Gayle Manning, a former teacher who sponsored the bill, said it’s just too hot to begin class in August.
The mayor has been asked to impose an additional unpaid suspension.
The state Senate has taken action against six of Governor Kasich’s budget bill vetoes.
Richmond sued the Jefferson Metropolitan Housing Authority after Richmond’s mother and 2-year-old great-nephew died in an April 2015 house f…
Court documents claim the man destroyed $600 worth of Halloween candy.