The Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office said Tuesday that Delap has been indicted by a grand jury on murder charges.
Farmers in much of northwestern Ohio will no longer be allowed to spread manure on frozen or rain-soaked farm fields.
Wednesday was Dr. Sudershan Garg’s last board meeting.
Students will receive iPads and Macbooks.
Rektor will go before a judge on closed circuit TV Thursday afternoon.
Some homeowners worry about too much rain, and whether the sewers can handle it.
Sixty-two-year-old Deborah Cassini, of New Castle, pleaded guilty in August.
Police say when the nurse told the man he could hurt the woman, he replied, “Good.”
At least 6 catholic schools will not participate in Ocean View’s St. Patrick’s Day parade because of who is leading it.
Virginia Beach police confirm a police K-9 bit an 11-year-old boy while the department was searching for a robbery suspect Monday.
Crews try to prioritize which roads need repairs before others, but officials said complaints are added into the mix as well.
The Monroeville Police Department will open the Monroeville Mall substation at 3 p.m. Friday.
Authorities say a suspect has died and a Cleveland police officer has sustained non-life-threatening injuries in an overnight shooting.
ODOT plans an estimated $1.2 million dollar construction project to address issues at Tibbetts Wick Road and U.S. Route 422.
Decades of cases have taken pop songs from the recording studio to the courtroom over plagiarism allegations.
The Ohio Supreme Court was scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday in Johnston’s latest attempt to win a wrongful imprisonment suit.
Defense lawyers have suggested the information could prove the results are inaccurate and the machines are legally unreliable.
A vigil is scheduled to honor the life of Cody Pitts who was shot and killed in Hubbard last weekend.
Seven Marines and four soldiers crashed in heavy fog during military training in Florida.
Kasich is considering a 2016 presidential bid.
Thicke and Williams earned more than $7 million apiece on the song, according to testimony.
The passage of the bill by the state Senate on Tuesday comes as states struggle to obtain lethal injection drugs amid a nationwide shortage.