Hanks led a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a newly renovated motion pictures center named for him at Wright State University in Ohio.
Democratic state Rep. Kevin Boyce voted to release the money but said he never received answers on specific uses for the money.
Smith was shot in the head during a barricade situation in Clintonville April 10. He died two days later.
A hearing on the defense motion is set for Friday.
Actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks will help dedicate a newly renovated motion pictures center named for him in Dayton.
A 911 caller will not be charged in an Ohio Wal-Mart police shooting after “trying to be a good citizen.”
City fire officials say a man and a woman both died in a house fire, which broke out around 3:30 a.m. Monday near Interstate 76.
Candles were lifted and bagpipes played a hymn for Smith, who was shot and killed last weekend in a standoff.
Ohio raised the speed limit along rural interstates from 65 mph to 70 mph in July 2013.
Researchers tested SPF 30 sunscreen on special mice that have skin similar to humans.
The bill increases 20-, 25- and 30-year mandatory prison terms to 25, 30, 35, 45 or 55 years.
28-year-old Brent Houdeshell, of Arlington, was charged and jailed Friday on an arrest warrant.
Among major oil- and gas-producing states, Texas lost three rigs and Alaska, North Dakota, Pennsylvania and Wyoming each dropped one.
A judge set bond at $300,000 for Raymond Gates and at $125,000 for Marina Lonina at a Franklin County court hearing Friday.
Police say a suburban Cleveland man had a friend pose as an ex-convict during a test to see whether his teens would let a stranger into the …
Madison was arrested in July 2013, shortly after the bodies were found near the East Cleveland apartment building where he lived.
The suspect is accused of kicking another man in his testicles has been charged with murder.
Grassroots Ohio now must collect roughly 306,000 signatures, or 10 percent of the total vote cast for governor in 2014.
The positive case in Summit County is one of nine positive cases in Ohio and one of 346 positive cases nationally.
High school students would be required to have basic training in how to use automated defibrillators and administer CPR under a proposed law…