He died at the scene in Perrysburg.
The badly decomposed body was found in a crib.
Large crowds filled Cincinnati downtown streets Wednesday night — many people holding signs, like license plates that read “I AM SAM.”
A bill proposed in April would add Ohio to the list of states that only require a single plate.
“I kind of expected he would get indicted for something, but I certainly didn’t think it would be murder,” attorney Stewart Mathews said.
Yost wrote Wednesday that he will carefully review Ohio’s charter oversight program during his new audit of the state Education Department.
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Columbus Zoo and Aquarium officials say safety and animal welfare are top priorities, but they’d prefer not to change the exhibit.
Crews spotted the Cleveland man around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday about 100 feet from shore.
Investigators say the 62-year-old driver was on her last pickup of the night for a week-long vacation bible school.
The House is expected to take up a short-term, $8 billion bill, before leaving town for an August recess.
Razo was arrested Monday after a shootout with police. A detective said during a court hearing Tuesday that Razo has confessed.
The mayor says the city’s drinking water remains safe but she has updated the status of the water to a “Watch” category.
A detective said during a court hearing in Painesville on Tuesday that 35-year-old Juan Emmanuel Razo has confessed.
Authorities have charged Juan Emmanuel Razo, 35, with attempted murder.
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The school is making $40-million in budget cuts.
Ohio added $15 million for several additional hours of annual advanced training for police in its latest state operating budget.
The number of school librarians in Ohio has dropped by nearly half despite studies showing students do better when those jobs are filled.
Ohio’s infant mortality rate declined slightly in 2013, though it continues to far exceed the national average.