Toyota stayed top in global sales at 10.23 million vehicles in 2014.
The company showed a new headset, which lets users view and interact with three-dimensional images.
Casts at three of the four networks are still whiter than the nation as a whole.
A recent measles outbreak traced to Disney theme parks includes five park employees who were infected.
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs called for the review last week.
The removal of tons of debris from Interstate 75 in Cincinnati began Tuesday afternoon and was completed by nighttime.
Former Ohio State director Jonathan Waters sued for reinstatement last year.
The display shows what teens may be hiding in their bedrooms, cars and lockers.
Gov. John Kasich and others are hoping public discussion will help build trust.
Stallone posed for a selfie with the trio, putting up one fist.
He appealed for “better politics” in Washington.
The driver crossed over into the oncoming lane and hit a utility pole.
More teaching positions are becoming available as educators choose to retire early.
Spray painted graffiti found on cars in Youngstown is upsetting to the drivers, and they are appalled at what was written.
It’s the first time the Mustang will be sold overseas.
The bus driver handed officers the burnt marijuana cigarette the students were allegedly smoking.
Authorities arrested Amine El-Khalifi in February of 2012 in Washington, D.C.
A Salem woman was killed and two others injured in a Mercer County crash.
The two trucks wrecked just east of the Ohio Turnpike exit.
Youngstown Diocese Bishop George Murry will be at Tuesday’s meeting.
Police said the man confessed to a summer 2013 shooting.
Court officials thanked WKBN Reporter Jeff Levkulich for helping solve the case.