When tests came back months later, showing the man had no alcohol or drugs in his system, the charges were dismissed.
A central Ohio firefighter struck by lightning at a charity event two years ago has died from an infection attributed to his injuries.
Authorities allege she killed the toddler and two infants out of jealousy at the attention her husband gave them.
Ohio had removed voters from its rolls if they failed to vote in six years, update their registrations or respond to mailed notifications.
Chelsea will be stopping in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati next week.
They will hold a rally at the I-X Center on Saturday.
Residents of rural Pike County believe the killers are local and that the Rhoden family was targeted.
The university’s Board of Trustees in July named School of Law Dean Matthew Wilson as interim president.
A man who authorities said backed his car into a police motorcycle and injured an officer was fatally shot by police.
The Indians will open the World Series at home next Tuesday night against either the Chicago Cubs or Los Angeles Dodgers.
A Cleveland Heights man charged with fatally shooting the employee of a sandwich shop was on bond for a burglary conviction.
Giant Eagle and Rite Aid stores were recently added to the list, increasing the number to 1,374 pharmacies in Ohio.
Kasich has steadfastly withheld support from Trump.
The company says it’s cutting costs because of falling grocery prices.
Police say the deaths appear suspicious.
Kasich will be talking about the economic concerns at stake in this year’s election.
Jon Husted says Ohio state laws make it difficult for election fraud to happen.
At a public event, Clinton will urge Ohioans to vote.
NTSB said the investigation of the 2015 crash outside Akron Fulton showed disregarded procedures leading up to the crash.
Nine of the 19 acts nominated are on the ballot for the first time.