The main reason is the drop in oil prices.
Police said the incident happened Tuesday.
The Army Corps of Engineers hopes the campground will reopen in early July.
Couple who stiffed a waitress were upset the restaurant was out of sour cream.
The wild turkey had crashed through the bathroom window, and somehow turned on the sink. It also left behind its own mess.
The decision means more information about the investigation into the Niles case will be open to the public.
The crash happened around 9 a.m.
The 4-year-old student returned home that day with the cookies unopened and a strongly worded note.
The crowd rose to their feet, many with lumps in their throats, as the boys ran together and Nathan VanDyken earned his win.
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A checkpoint will begin at 7 p.m. in Campbell and another will begin at 11 p.m. on the Campbell-Youngstown border.
Protesters first rallied in Manhattan’s Union Square, where they chanted “No justice, no peace!” and “Hands up, don’t shoot!”
In the opening days of the trial, prosecutors have appeared intent on planting a deeply upsetting image in the jurors’ minds.
A grand jury in Louisville declined Wednesday to indict the sharp-shooting guard on rape and sodomy charges.
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The road could be closed for 15 minute intervals.
Fires at abandoned homes in Warren and Warren Township are causing concern for residents.
Champion Township Paramedic Ray Pace was one of two paramedics who delivered a baby girl Wednesday morning on the way to the hospital.
One hundred-and-sixty STEAM Excel students entered 120 pieces into the show.
Administrators with the Appalachian Regional Commission toured the Incubator campus downtown.
The governor said he believes departments will comply but he’s willing to pressure agencies personally if they don’t.
The House voted 87-7 on the proposal, which allows cities of a certain size to create areas exempted from Ohio’s open-container law.