Police say they don’t know how the woman died. They say it appears she was in her early 20s.
Archeologists concluded the arm and leg bones are believed to belong to four adult bodies.
Funerals for the remaining six victims will be held on Tuesday.
The complex will be located just a short drive from the park. Cedar Point bought the land last year.
His attorney said Saturday that the family denies dirty needles for tattooing.
State wildlife officials stocked more than 55 million sport fish in public waters in 2015.
As Williams was struggling with the victim, police say one of Williams’ associates opened fire.
The vigil Friday night at the Pike County fairgrounds brought together family members, friends and community residents.
According to a report, Dole’s Ohio plant tested positive for listeria nine times before the FDA inspection.
Mike DeWine said the South Carolina company tricked people into thinking their computers were infected with a virus to take their money.
Davis tied for the team lead with three interceptions in 2015 and led Maryland with 70 solo tackles.
Butkus was the last in a long line of former NFL greats to be introduced by commissioner Roger Goodell, who then officially opened the secon…
Ogbah has been timed at 4.56 seconds in the 40-yard dash and fits the profile of Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton, who says he likes …
All Athens County public school districts are closed due after police received a report of a threat to the safety of all “American Students.…
Cleveland plans next week to dismantle the gazebo that became a makeshift memorial after the death of Tamir Rice.
The mother of two boys found badly beaten at an Ohio motel has been charged with murder now that one of them has died.
A United Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Cleveland Thursday night.
A newspaper reports that early indications are that crashes have risen since Columbus turned off its traffic cameras.
Some Ohioans are supporting a ballot proposal by Ohioans for Medical Marijuana to legalize medicinal cannabis.
Attorney General Mike DeWine and other officials visited the four crime scenes in Pike County again on Wednesday.