The state of Ohio plans to use the drugs on a condemned child killer next month.
A restaurant manager took the children to an office after their parents slumped against a window and fell to the floor.
Because there was ice on Lake Erie, the Army Corps of Engineers operated its tugs to break the ice.
The Browns have hired Gregg Williams to fix a defense that was among the NFL’s worst in 2016.
The gorilla came to Cleveland in 1994 from Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo.
The new policy at Beachwood Place in Cleveland went into effect Friday night.
Ravenna Police Department officers found two people shot to death after responding to a reported shooting around 4:35 a.m. Saturday.
The man wanted for a triple murder in Ravenna has been arrested, according to the Portage County Sheriff’s Office.
The boy had been riding in a van with no catalytic converter.
Police arrested Shawn Grate in September after a woman, who he’s accused of raping, called 911.
Southwest Airlines will be ending flights at some Ohio airports this summer.
The Ohio SPCA said the dog was severely emaciated and unable to nurse her three puppies, two of which died.
Ohio Governor John Kasich signed two bills into law.
The U.S. Geological Survey offered up some equipment in the search and recovery efforts, and it led to new findings.
Columbus Police are investigating after a fatal shooting early Thursday morning.
Ohio saw a record 3,050 overdose deaths last year. Many of those deaths were attributed to painkillers and heroin abuse.
Hundreds of drivers were arrested for impaired driving over the holidays.
The flu is hitting some areas hard, and one strain is showing up more than others.
Immigrant rights groups say it’s unfair to take away licenses of people who had been told they complied with state law .
The J.M. Smucker Company announced a voluntary recall of certain kinds of canned cat food on Wednesday.
The city said Wednesday foot patrols and mounted units resumed searching the shoreline east of Burke Lakefront Airport.
A new study tracks where people are moving to the most.