Police have confirmed that Dejuan Thomas, died at Saint Elizabeth’s hospital with a bullet wound in his chest.
There had been an estimated 17 fatal workplace accidents statewide in fiscal year 2015 as of last week.
Drivers pulled over by Ohio troopers are getting printouts instead of hand-scribbled citations.
A Florida woman who delivered a 14.1-pound baby says she didn’t know she was pregnant until her third trimester.
American officials urge President Barack Obama to release secret files surrounding Saudi Arabia and the Sept. 11 attacks.
Two Dayton-area deputies were fired over racial slurs exchanged on their personal cellphones.
Anthony Anderson won the award for best comedy series actor for “black-ish”.
Phantom, a Palomino/Appaloosa mix, was not injured.
Neal Schon married “Real Housewives of D.C.” star Michaele Salahi in December 2013 at the Palace of Fine Arts.
Williams anchored “Nightly News” from New York on Friday, making no mention of the criticisms of his work.
Collins crashed his SUV into a utility pole on Sunday afternoon after his heart stopped beating.
An auctioneer sifting through items at a once popular Youngstown bar, made an historic find.
A man was taken into custody, but it is unclear if he was the shooter.
The Swon Brothers were at the Covelli Centre Friday night, opening for country superstar Brad Paisley.
Judge Thomas Swift has served for 35 years and had to retire because of his age.
This facility replaces another area in the building that was much smaller and much less safe for both deputies and prisoners.
Jima Jenkins wants the students in the primary grades at Heartland Christian to be able to learn the keyboard.
Friday was Go Red Day for Women and a Hubbard woman hopes by telling her story she can help others.
Reporter Jeff Levkulich and Niles police take the handicap parking crackdown one step further to catch people in the act.
The latest measles outbreak has now affected at least 150 people in 14 states, including Ohio.
Canfield city and township officials have hammered out a JEDD agreement to allow the project to move ahead.
The district would receive $212,000 less over the two-year budget if Kasich’s plan is approved.