A mobile medical lab checks students at Austintown schools.
Every year, Ohioans hit the state lottery for more than $1.6 billion.
The same company that dumped garbage on a road in Champion did the same thing in Windham.
The man accused of stealing a package off the porch of a Braceville home didn’t show up for court.
No one was reported hurt when a bus window broke.
Fire officials warn of hiding Elf on the Shelf too near heat sources.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally said it is basically up to the employees to make sure the plan works.
The Senate torture report this week says none of the CIA’s techniques used against captives provided critical life-saving intelligence.
The bill is still awaiting a vote in Ohio’s House of Representatives.
All four school resource officers where at Harding Thursday to make sure everything went smooth during the day and at the end of the day.
The shooting happened around 2 p.m. Wednesday.
The TV station says the assailant thinks the media is part of a conspiracy and blamed the satellite dishes.
Tests showed the 2-year-old had a measurable blood alcohol content.
A local program has helped dozens of people connect with the right employer.
The legislation would regulate the statewide use of the traffic-monitoring devices.
The house was engulfed in flames when crews arrived.
He ended up being convicted as an adult of assault and other charges.
Ohio exploring whether it needs to change how it trains police in the use of force.
A judge ordered that she have no contact with the child.
A team is activated when a child goes missing.
The legislation would have prohibited most abortions after the first detectable heartbeat.
Common Core opponents had hoped to pass legislation this session repealing and replacing the standards.