The speed camera program started on August 18.
The CEO of the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was not offended.
The free giveaway for veterans was at the Veterans Outreach building in Liberty.
The 2-year-old was just identified Friday as Bella Bond.
Apple producers said the crops have certainly battled the weather this year.
First Ward Councilwoman Annie Gillam expressed support for the idea, provided no one gets kicked out of their home.
Dozens of people gathered in Warren Friday to observe P.O.W. – M.I.A. Recognition day.
One of the young dogs was tied up outside and near death, according to the deputy dog warden.
According to Chief Engineer Gene Leson, the levels do not pose any kind of major health risk, and the water is safe to drink.
Karoun Dairies recalls various cheeses due to possible health risk.
The computers were seized during a raid in January.
Ohio State games will be a little safer with the help of a four-legged addition to the OSU Police Department.
The CDC said that five of the illnesses were in pregnant women, and one resulted in a fetal loss.
Volunteers from the Home Depot in Boardman headed out to make a difference Friday.
Tilt Studio gaming center opens at the Eastwood Mall in Niles.
The review also found that ODNR was meeting or exceeding federal requirements in 17 of the 20 criteria reviewed.
The crash happened early on the morning of May 9.
Police found that the man settled in New Mexico, assumed a new identity and got married.
With students from a Cincinnati-area elementary school on board, a bus is caught on camera blowing through stop signs.
The students will run chemical tests and take a look at the health of the creek.