Police said a loaded gun fell out of a Warren woman’s pant leg after she was stopped for a rear license plate light violation.
Broken fire hydrants can mean precious time is lost while fighting fires.
The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County is looking at the possibility of consolidating three branches.
The U.S. Capitol Complex and White House were put on lockdown Monday.
The U.S. Secret Service announced firearms will not be allowed inside this summer’s GOP Convention in Cleveland.
President Obama could use a recess appointment to install Judge Merrick B. Garland on the Supreme Court temporarily.
Keith Sims is facing a murder charge in the death of Shaniece Wells.
Some community members have opposed the move.
A child in one of the vehicles was flown to Akron Children’s Hospital with critical injuries.
Police are holding the man on a $50,000 bond.
More than fifty kids are taking the four-day bus trip to New York City, where they’ll visit several colleges.
The Red Cross is working to help the family find shelter.
The Ohio Department of Education wants residents to review math and English standards using an online survey.
The girl, now aged 15, escaped from suspect Kabu Terauchi’s apartment in downtown Tokyo on Sunday.
Syracuse, unheralded as a No. 10 seed in the Midwest Regional, is going to the Final Four.
A judge sentenced both to one year of probation each on Monday.
John Modie was, convicted of murder, kidnapping and escape out of Cuyahoga County.
Authorities say eight people were injured when a bus overturned in Akron.
A Campbell man is facing charges after police say he set a fire at a house where his ex-girlfriend was inside.
Four more people are in custody after 13 raids, and over 300 rioters clashed with police after rallying at a shrine for the victims.
Around 10 p.m., paramedics took a man away from the scene on East Avondale Avenue in an ambulance.
The deadline to register by mail has already expired, so it has to be done either in person or online at this point.