A winter storm dumped at least a foot of snow in parts of northern Ohio last week.
Kidde is recalling more than 4.6 million disposable fire extinguishers in the U.S. and Canada.
The theft caused about $3,000 in damage.
Tickets in North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Texas have matched all six numbers to split a $564.1 million Powerball jackpot.
Ohio Edison has restored power to a nursing home after a power surge caused a furnace to overheat.
A town car in which Simon was a passenger hit another car stopped at a Manhattan traffic light.
The punishment was 10 years short of what prosecutors had sought.
The suspected deaths add to the 29 reported earlier in the week by the Italian coast guard.
Witnesses say the man was running away when he was shot.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol said the crash happened about 5:50 p.m. on state Route 46.
The assisted living facility will be operated by Windsor House and will be located on U.S. Route 62 at state Route 446.
The Liberty Police department made a surprise visit to E.J. Blott Elementary School.
The governor’s $72.3 billion two-year spending blueprint would continue to fund the Medicaid expansion.
One of the escapees was TJ Lane, who shot and killed three high school students in Chardon in 2012.
Warren building official Chris Taneyhill said he caught work being done inside Plant 8 by employees of Sergio DiPaolo.
The solar panels were paid for with federal grants.
A pair of local barbers volunteered their time Wednesday morning and offered free haircuts to boys at the school who wanted them.
Councilman Al Novak said council has been left out of the loop.
More than 500 pairs of new shoes and numerous coats were made available to anyone who needs them.
Supporters are already planning on using other means to secure the pipeline’s approval.