Brown says better communication is needed to inform service men and women of services to combat identity theft and poor credit ratings.
Officials say the solution must be applied every two hours during snowstorms.
The victim has been identified by Canton fire officials as Azzie Thomas.
Authorities say he recorded about two dozen students using a tiny camera installed in a bathroom.
20-year-old Daniel Dargavell of Peebles pleaded guilty Friday to misdemeanor charges that include operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
OSHA issued TimkenSteel’s Gambrinus plant one willful, one repeated and two serious safety citations on Oct. 30.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that fans buying season tickets will pay $614.
Court documents show Zainabou’s medical bills have amounted to more than $1 million.
Crews have been monitoring the site near the U.S.-Canadian border since discovering a sheen on the surface late last month.
The ruse fell apart when the teen, a senior at a Cleveland high school, began the college application process.
According to the alert, the child was last seen at 4661 Sherylton Hills Drive in the city of Green at 3 p.m. Friday.
Richard Ross, 65, has served as state superintendent since March 2013.
The county’s elections director had blamed “a learning curve” for poll workers for problems finding registered voters with e-pollbooks.
Julian Hernandez wants to be left alone by the media so that he can try to live a “normal” life.
The Winter Crisis Program started taking applications from Ohio residents this week.
The story of an Ohio prison escape, fit for any Hollywood crime drama, came to an end in Minnesota Thursday.
Troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol seized over $6,000 in edible and bagged marijuana during a traffic stop.
The state budgetary panel is slated to consider the request Monday.
Troopers stopped the car for a traffic violation and found the marijuana hidden in the trunk.
The two OSU students attended the school in the early 2000s, according to a federal indictment.