Climate change and higher levels of nutrients such as phosphorus may be culprits in a rising number of algae contamination cases.
Police Chief Calvin Williams says the suspect was arrested Wednesday and is being questioned by police and county prosecutors.
CEO John Lowe says the company estimates it will spend about $200,000 on changes to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Robert Davis is taking a job in Cleveland , but he said he will remain involved in the Warren community.
Police said the chase began at Packard Park at 1:30 a.m.
The crash happened along Elm Road around 2 p.m.
The long-awaited report says Tom Brady “was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities” related to the footballs.
Habitat for Humanity is spearheading the project with a construction site on Oak Street Extension in Youngstown.
The levy failed on Tuesday’s primary election.
The fire started early Wednesday morning.
A man flagged down police after finding a naked person in his home which he later discovered was actually his daughter’s boyfriend.
Police said the incident happened in early April.
A Youngstown Police officer said the car ran a red light and hit the house.
About 15 people lay on a ramp with protest signs in the “die-in” event on Tuesday at the University of Toledo.
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A quick-thinking Florida woman saved herself and her children from possible harm when she ordered an online pizza with a secret message.
The next step? Seeing how students did and how parents and educators respond.
Ohio holds its primary on May 5.
Ralph Infante faced an opponent for the first time since 1999.
The levy would have prevented the district from facing a nearly $500,000 deficit by 2017.
Warren Police Capt. Robert Massucci said the people involved have been involved in an ongoing feud for the past two years.
At least six other states have made similar changes to their birth certificate laws.