Investigators say the suspect sold purported heroin to a woman who fatally overdosed in April. The drug was later learned to be fentanyl.
Waylon Clinger graduated from Brookville High School on Wednesday without missing any school days since kindergarten.
Three all-terrain vehicles were impounded and the drivers charged.
USA Today is reporting that 360 million accounts may have been breached.
A Weston, Ohio mom is speaking out after she became the target of online abuse linked to the death of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Federal regulators are proposing a significant clampdown on payday lenders and other providers of high-interest loans.
A North Carolina woman was shocked when she looked into a used freezer she bought and found parts of a dead body inside.
Three people were arrested Wednesday night after police found drugs, money and a gun inside a home on the south side.
The mother whose boys were found seriously beaten at a southwest Ohio motel before one of them died has been charged with murder.
The 3-year-old’s mother called 911 after her son fell into the gorilla enclosure on Saturday.
Police say they rang up bogus returns and pocketed the money from May 2011 until March 2016.
The bill sets standards for tracking plants, certifying physicians and licensing growers, dispensaries and physicians.
The Warren Police Department wants to remind drivers that checkpoints are not punishment, but a way to educate the public.
Ground rules were established early on Wednesday night, and resident apologized for his behavior at the last meeting.
State troopers say one lane of traffic on Interstate 475 just south of Toledo was closed for over an hour.
The woman also alleges that she subjected her to unwanted touching when she visited the turnpike facility.
City council members passed an emergency measure regarding the paycheck of eight garbage collectors.
Officers found 16 shell casings in the area and blood on the sidewalk and a driveway, according to a police report.
A 3-year-old Maui boy has officially joined the ranks of the New York City Fire Department.
A 9-year-old Ohio boy is quickly becoming an internet sensation for his dance off with a Cincinnati police officer.
The athletes and coaches were led through each of the buildings, where they were met with loud cheers and high fives.
A company spokesperson says the building is over 50,000 square feet, equipped with the latest technologies and energy-efficient.