EGCC says it wants to try to make the transition smooth for ITT’s displaced students, and will make special efforts to accommodate them.
Analysts say the new iPhones could help Apple recover modestly from a recent dip in sales.
A boil water alert for approximately 20 nearby residents remains in effect.
Prosecutors said Guevara admitted to the relationship, saying he planned to have a baby with the teen and move to Mexico.
A woman who police said ran naked through Niles and attacked officers was sentenced on reduced charges Wednesday.
Kaine has a public event planned in Southwest Ohio on Monday.
Job openings jumped 4 percent to 5.87 million, the Labor Department said Wednesday.
Jury selection for the trial of accused killer Robert Seman is scheduled to begin next week.
The theme of the plan is, “working together, our students succeed,” and it spells out five specific goals, strategies and how the district w…
A preliminary review shows the company “may have inserted potentially anticompetitive terms” into contracts with schools.
The state law legalizing medical marijuana goes into effect Thursday, but county employees will not be able to use it.
A filing by DeWine’s office said the reports contain information known only to investigators and the killers.
Dennis DiMartino cannot petition for reinstatement for at least two years.
Drew Rauzan was sworn in as chief three years ago but on Monday, the City of Campbell took him off the job.
A N.C. man is on the run after shooting his ex-wife and then his 15-year-old son in the chest early Tuesday morning, police said.
Police said two teenagers were playing with a gun when it went off.
Businesses have been paying higher unemployment taxes to help pay off the debt.
Federal investigators said a ventilated room in the hospital’s cardiothoracic intensive care unit might have been the source of the mold.
Suicide rates are up in all categories – the numbers are particularly high for veterans.
A new survey finds many people disregard important safety factors in choosing the most appropriate meds for your health.
A self-described Ohio psychic is accused of stealing more than $1.5 million in cash, jewelry, gift cards and cars from several clients.
Some residents say they feel like they are living in a war zone.