Another incident related to a Stark County Perry Township school led police to charge a juvenile with criminal mischief.
Two separate traffic stops on interstates in Ohio this week netted over 70 pounds of marijuana.
State Senator Matt Huffman was the emcee for a roast and allegedly described an unnamed female candidate as a real “C U Next Tuesday.”
The Ohio Department of Health says two nursing home aides told investigators they didn’t do scheduled checks.
Perry Township Police Chief Mike Pomesky says such threats can’t be taken lightly.
Two Republican lawmakers want to try once again to make Ohio a Right To Work state.
Advocates are concerned for the 2,287 graduating seniors who now have no school to graduate from.
Police say the couple had been on a trip to Graceland.
Lawyers for a convicted killer argued before the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday.
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The incident comes months after Otterman advocated for officers who patrol Akron schools to start carrying naloxone.
Forty-nine-year-old Thomas Ross pleaded guilty on Monday in Allegheny County Court to fleeing and eluding and simple assault.
Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud apologized to his family and to the U.S. in remarks in federal court in Columbus on Monday.
The case could lead to serious charges because of the number of people who could have been in danger if the fire spread.
Both of Ohio’s senators are opposed to the recent government shutdown.
They were selected from nominations by citizens and organizations from across Ohio.
Amanda Miller, assistant prosecutor for Tuscarawas County, said Plants attacked his mother because she asked him to turn off the light.
Nationally, the number of donations after fatal overdoses has more than doubled the past three years.
It’s been 37 years since Gordon “Butch” Swindells was found dead outside a home in north Columbus.
Only non-lethal methods can be used because vultures are a protected migratory bird species.
Millions of people around the world marched during last year’s rallies.
Authorities say police found marijuana and a substance that tested positive for fentanyl in possession of the 57-year-old.