Ohio’s current texting-and-driving law places police officers in a difficult situation.
Ohio ranks in the bottom third of states when it comes to advanced training for police officers.
The ADC is currently in the process of selecting an interim superintendent after the departure of Dr. Connie Hathorne earlier this year.
The new rules there include an earlier closing time, raising the age for admission and hiring professional security.
Trumbull Co. Sheriff Tom Altiere said now that union attorneys are involved, the process has been prolonged.
A co-worker in the bucket was seriously injured when he was thrown to the ground.
Memorable words and definitions from the semifinals of the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee.
“The concern is these plastics act as a means to move toxic compounds into the food web and into us,” said Sherri Mason.
Several teachers said that students’ home lives can make learning difficult.
The woman could be appearing in court Friday afternoon.
Since November, Mary Fiala has served as acting superintendent.
According to a summary document of the arrest, Hines fatally stabbed Rashad Bailey, 23, in the chest after he punched her.
The $5 million renovation project started at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Rare sight in southern plains causes social media to stir this week.
Patricia Fleming has been the principal of Ursuline High School for twenty years.
The company earlier pleaded innocent but is expected to change that plea Thursday.
The group also stated that the liver donor is also recovering after a successful surgery.
Lake Travis has risen more than 29 feet in the last 30 days after continued rainfall across Central Texas
A dozen safety-related concerns at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport during the past two winters have prompted further investigation.
Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Ford is recalling nearly 423,000 cars and SUVs in North America.
Police in Columbiana County uncovered a marijuana extraction lab Wednesday at a home in Lisbon.
Austintown’s Hotel California was ordered Tuesday to stop using its name by a federal judge in Ohio.