The sidewalk and curb in the area flooded.
The man charged in the death of two women in Ashland has now admitted to another killing that happened 11 years ago.
The affected waffles were sold in 25 states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The Republican presidential candidate will make stops in Cleveland and Toledo later this week.
An Arby’s, the former Cheddar’s and the former Park Diner were all torn down.
Yes, but not in every case.
The county has received about 8,000 absentee ballot applications, which is double the amount from the last presidential election.
A new study has linked the mobile device game Pokemon Go with car crashes involving distracted driving.
The Community Planning and Economic Development Department wants to create three new positions.
The event, emceed by TV talk show host Stephen Colbert, took advantage of the gathering of world leaders in New York .
A soldier convicted of killing the mother of his then-14-year-old Pennsylvania girlfriend because the woman disapproved of their relationshi…
Scott apologized to the victim’s family, saying “If I could take it back, I would.”
The price tag for naloxone is anywhere from $60 to $90, but funding to pay for it comes from multiple sources.
Police recovered a bullet lodged into the corner of a medicine cabinet inside the house. No suspects were spotted.
She didn’t realize the bill read “FOR MOTION PICTURE USE ONLY” until the man was gone.
It touched down about 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Warren County, about 65 miles southeast of Erie.
Police said Frantz had to be revived with 7 shots of Narcan, 2 days after she overdosed in a Niles parking lot.
Police say one officer shot several times and hit the 61-year-old man when he ignored orders to stop.
The statue of the Republican presidential nominee briefly appeared near a Cleveland Heights bank last month before police took it.
The Homeland Security Department found that the immigrants used different names or birthdates to apply for citizenship.
In the past five years, there have been up to three accidents a year at the intersection of routes 626 and 165.
Police said the suspect told officers she didn’t care that she was being arrested because marijuana will be legal soon.