A fight between brothers ends with an arrest.
The driver crashed the motorcycle he was driving as he was exiting Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
The homeowner caught the man looking through his window.
Jamie was released from the hospital on July 22 and transferred to the Children’s Institute.
She will receive her award this October at the Ohio Library Council’s convention in Cincinnati.
People in the courtroom had erupted into cheers and clapped when Tensing’s $1 million bail was set, drawing the ire of Judge Shanahan.
“My intention was to take someone who was going to hurt my family out, not someone’s mom, not Tammy.”
Police also tried to lower protesters who were dangling from a bridge into the water below.
The city is arguing that the material should stay sealed for the sake of the family’s privacy.
The families’ attorneys say Lomma was responsible because he allowed an inferior repair to the crane.
Armstrong County officials say Robert Crissman ran from the jail around 6:30 a.m. Thursday while delivering meals to other inmates.
The police have the right to see a person’s driver’s license, car registration and insurance papers.
William Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years and his brother, John Maxwell, received a 10-year sentence.
Lizzy isn’t aware of her condition yet, but they plan on taking her to attractions like the Northern Lights, the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls…
The Steel Valley Cluster dog show, now in its 24th year, is one of the top five largest outdoor dog shows in the U.S.
“The 2012 version contained a new, highly offensive song regarding Jews and the Holocaust,” according to former state Attorney General Betty…
investigators said they found an active meth lab inside a large canvas gym bag in the dining room.
There has not been a reported case of Ebola in the Mahoning Valley.
Secretary of State Jon Husted’s office must now verify the supplemental signatures and determine if the proposal qualifies for the ballot.
The highest count of E. Coli bacteria was at the walking bridge. It was 127, which is considered safe.
Health officials claim the numbers of under-insured or uninsured in the two counties has dropped by about 45 percent.
The Sheriff’s office spends roughly $1.7 million every year for jail medical services.