Tuesday’s election likely will be among the lowest on record for a midterm election in Ohio.
A woman was killed in a multi-vehicle accident Wednesday on the Ohio Turnpike in Austintown.
The militant Hamas group took responsibility for the attack.
Police in Jerusalem are calling the incident a terrorist attack.
Chris Redfern’s party lost all five statewide races in Ohio.
The driver crashed into the bar and then asked the bartender for a drink.
Voters in Ohio have passed nearly 65 percent of school levies on ballots across the state.
Police said his injuries are not life-threatening.
O’Brien wins another term in the Ohio State House of Representatives
It’s been 30-years since a Republican was a county commissioner in Trumbull County.
Gerberry won almost 54% of the vote, while Mitchell won just over 46%.
Passage of the levy actually will decrease taxes by 11 percent.
The measure was defeated by a margin of 58 percent to 42 percent, which amounted to about 2,000 votes.
O’Brien is elected to state office for the first time.
With the exception of McDonald Local Schools, voters rejected requests for new school money.
Ryan won 70% of the vote.
Mike Halleck is the incumbent and is running as a Republican, while Dan Bailey is the Democratic challenger.
Tuesday was Election Day and there was plenty of celebrating going on around the Valley.
Johnson defeated challenger Jennifer Garrison.
About half of Ohioans say they think Obama’s federal health care law went too far while just 2 in 5 thought it didn’t do enough.