Ohio’s rules for medical marijuana cultivators have cleared their final legislative hurdle.
Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens was undone by a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and an order of fries.
The mother of the man who police say randomly shot a person in Cleveland and then posted the video to Facebook is speaking out.
Investigators say Eubanks shot himself in a failed suicide attempt.
Cleveland’s police chief said he wishes Facebook killer Steve Stephens hadn’t committed suicide because police still have a lot of questions…
Pennsylvania State Police said the Cleveland Facebook shooting suspect killed himself after a police chase on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania State Police said Steve Stephens was spotted Tuesday morning in Erie County.
The owner of the money said he must have placed the cash on top of his vehicle as he left and forgotten about it.
His girlfriend, Crystal Hudson, was strangled and found in her closet in 1994.
Following Glenn’s death in December, Orbital ATK asked his widow for permission to use his name for the spacecraft.
The search for Cleveland murder suspect Steve Stephens is now into its third day.
The city has had 14 homicides in the first three months of the year, up from its average of five in the first three months.
Authorities said 28 people overdosed after the 22-year-old sold them heroin laced with an elephant tranquilizer.
The company said it does not allow such “horrific crime” on Facebook.
The hunter found the bones Saturday in a recreation area near a campsite roughly 70 miles east of Columbus.
The manhunt for the suspect accused of killing a man on Facebook intensified as it enters its second day.
An argument erupted inside a north Columbus nightclub and five women and four men were shot.
Investigators say the couple’s 19-year-old son found both shot in the head.
The Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial on South Bass Island will undergo exterior maintenance this summer.
Columbus police said the crash happened earlier this month as a 61-year-old woman was trying to pull into a parking space.
The man is accused of illegally pulling two women over when he was working as a police officer in East Cleveland.
According to police, the opioids were part of a “bad batch” that has been circulating the area.