Police say the vehicle struck a utility pole along Route 305.
A store clerk in Masury was tied up while a suspect made off with cash from a business on South Irvine Avenue.
One Marine has been killed and 11 others were hurt when a helicopter made a hard landing at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
Police in Columbus say two teenagers were caught bringing guns to a middle school in their backpacks.
Police in mentor are working to crack down on identity theft and cloned credit cards.
A health care technology security expert said that online health information is never completely safe.
Nearly 90,000 pounds of sausage patties are being recalled after several people reported finding pieces of metal inside the patties.
Crews were called about 2 a.m. Thursday to a house in the 80 block of Sexton Street.
The accident happened Wednesday night on the ramp to Route 11 off of Route 305.
Hundreds of people gathered at a Fox Lake park late Wednesday for a vigil in memory of Gliniewicz.
Those who did not receive an automated phone call are advised to call their school and make sure the paperwork is correct.
There hasn’t been a police officer in the building since 2007.
Ellsworth Street is now a one way street for dropoff and pickup.
A Baltimore judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss charges against six police officers.
All states from New Jersey to California hoped to remain fatality-free.
Lewis Eugene Starks Jr., 56, of Apple Valley, was arrested Monday.
The report fleshes out a draft version made public in June, creating a portrait of poor community-police relations.
The settlement was announced in a filing in a federal lawsuit that was seeking class-action status on behalf of nearly 50,000 current and fo…
Cameras in patrol cars recorded the scene as Parker swept one of his legs in front of Patel, slamming him to the ground.
Tunheim’s decision to not seek criminal charges against the officer comes after the completion of an investigation.
High temps are expected to be in the mid to upper 80s throughout the fair.
The move takes place next Wednesday at 9 a.m., but it should be seamless.