A cadaver dog located the body in a shallow grave around noon Thursday.
The EPA has been looking into potential lead in the T.C. Gurney Elementary School water for months.
The former second grade teacher was found guilty on more than 40 charges involving sexual contact with children, including students.
A police report says the two boys and a third agreed to play pranks on each other during a sleepover.
Jurors in northwestern Ohio have failed to reach a verdict in the case of a man accused of killing a 19-year-old woman in 1982.
A search of the vehicle revealed 10 bottles of liquid codeine, worth $6,000, and five fraudulent prescriptions.
It’s the latest effort in the Wright brothers’ home state to reinforce their place in history as aviation pioneers.
A Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing Wednesday on the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act.
The bill would divert government funding away from Planned Parenthood.
Offenders still would face life in prison even if they’re judged to have a severe mental illness.
Police and the FBI on Tuesday night traced the social media posting to a home in Chester, Ohio.
The plane was a single-engine aircraft owned by a Carmel, Indiana aviation company.
The head of Cleveland’s largest police union says the firings of six officers are unbelievable, unprecedented and politically motivated.
The combined company will have nearly $100 billion in assets and operate in eight states.
Canton police officer Ryan Davis was flying home Tuesday from Houston with a dog named Tuko donated by K9s4COPS.
Ford is increasing truck production at its assembly plant near Cleveland.
It mirrors the role the Willys MB filled during World War II. That vehicle is a forerunner of the modern Jeep.
In remarks to the Akron Press Club, Strickland faulted Portman for opposing the auto industry bailout.
Nearly all the 203 trafficking victims were young women, most in their 20s or 30s.
Oliver, 48, was sentenced to probation and must surrender his certificate to be an officer and pay $1,300 in restitution.