Friday was Go Red Day for Women and a Hubbard woman hopes by telling her story she can help others.
Reporter Jeff Levkulich and Niles police take the handicap parking crackdown one step further to catch people in the act.
The latest measles outbreak has now affected at least 150 people in 14 states, including Ohio.
Canfield city and township officials have hammered out a JEDD agreement to allow the project to move ahead.
The district would receive $212,000 less over the two-year budget if Kasich’s plan is approved.
Two women in the case had been charged with attempted murder.
The alert was put in place after two water main breaks.
The Pope made the comments during his weekly general audience, which focused on the role of fathers in the family.
Police arrested Jerome Christian, 50, charging him with assault and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Two Greenville women remain jailed and charged with attempted murder and conspiracy
A man in Vienna Township locked himself inside his garage with a gun and threatened to shoot police.
Police said the man tried to write himself a check for $500.
A relative contacted the humane society regarding the dogs at the house on Memorial St. in Sharon.
Four buildings caught fire, including the mill and several stores.
The Warren City School District is testing new security cameras that may replace older models.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there have been at least 102 confirmed measles cases in 14 states in 2015.
The shooting happened about 1 p.m. Thursday as students were changing classes.
The shooting left two male students with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Of Ohio’s approximately 50,000 prisoners, one in eight has a history of addiction.
The fire happened on Shields Road near Market Street.