Officials have identified the man shown in hostage-beheading videos as Mohammed Emwazi.
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Three departments were called to a house fire in Cortland.
President Barack Obama said states could overhaul their laws to discourage marijuana the same way tobacco use is discouraged.
For the second time this month, a campaign seeking to legalize marijuana in Ohio has failed to clear a state hurdle.
The Niles School District is looking for a new superintendent after Frank Danso announced his retirement Thursday.
Crews worked to repair broken water lines in Boardman, Youngstown and Struthers.
Notre Dame underwent profound changes under Hesburgh.
Schweich spent last weekend wooing fellow Republicans during the state GOP’s annual conference in Kansas City.
The British-accented militant from the chilling videos is Mohammed Emwazi.
China is the world’s largest importer of smuggled tusks, although Beijing has campaigned against illegal ivory.
The dress could fetch a lot of money on the black market.
Rob Portman’s campaign has come out swinging against former Gov. Ted Strickland.
The bipartisan strategy carries political risks.
Those recipients who did not update their eligibility information as requested are poised to be terminated from the program Saturday.
Kasich’s $72.3 billion, two-year state operating budget calls for a fixed rate on crude oil and natural gas of 6.5 percent at the wellhead.
John Dellick will not face any prison time for the two assault charges to which he pleaded guilty Dec. 8.
BDM Warren will still occupy some of the building for its local operations.
A large, white llama and a smaller black llama darted through the streets of Sun City.
Because it is Black History Month, the books donated on Thursday focused on black history and culture.
Video surveillance shows Hernandez walking unsteadily at a gas station and dancing near the gas pumps.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said he will be using about $35,000 in federal grant money to buy up to 20 lapel cameras.