The student, who was on campus at the time, said a man “grabbed onto her backpack, told her not to run, and threatened that he had a gun.”
The city’s mayor said the ex-chief, who is white, used a slur against African-Americans.
Her young son wandered along a busy street for five minutes because the staff member failed to do a head count.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office said the 15-month-old died from blunt impact injuries to the head and abdomen and had a fractu…
Prosecutors said there wasn’t enough evidence to move forward with a criminal case.
New rules in Ohio to limit the distribution of opioids take effect Thursday.
The zoo says the new policy is to enhance public safety.
A record 4,050 people died of overdoses in 2016, with fatalities driven by the emergence of stronger drugs like fentanyl.
Authorities say an Ohio inmate was assaulted by another inmate in a prison recreation area and died the next day.
The meetings are aimed at building stronger relationships between President Donald Trump and U.S. communities.
No threats were made, and the teen claimed he forgot the gun was in his backpack.
James Gates wanted to do something special to honor his son, JJ, on what would’ve been the child’s 10th birthday.
Ohio representatives plan to introduce a Campus Free Speech bill, arguing that colleges are stifling some viewpoints.
Nathaniel Richmond filed a wrongful death lawsuit when his mother and great-nephew were killed in a house fire.
The two women dressed as nuns displayed a handgun but left before getting any cash.
Doctors say it’s important for kids to eat a nutritious diet and get adequate sleep to keep their immune system up.
The man was found alive on top of the missing boat, 16 miles offshore.
Following opposition from community groups opposed to tax money being used, the NBA franchise has backed away from the project.
Officers say a car pulled up alongside the driver and opened fire.
A grand jury indicted Justin Sanderson on 21 charges including gross sexual imposition, rape, sexual battery and kidnapping.
Voters will decide if a portion of the state constitution dealing with crime victim’s rights should be repealed and replaced.
Kasich told Chuck Todd on Meet the Press Sunday that he is not looking to join Hickenlooper in a fight for the White House.