House Speaker Mike Turzai said Tuesday that leaders of both parties agreed there will be no House sessions through Sunday.
The crash happened around 9 p.m. Monday on Meridian Road near Leharps Road in Austintown.
Attorneys for three men say the suspension of Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s law license invalidates her office’s prosecution of them.
The family is suing the city, federal prosecutors are looking into possible civil rights charges against Timothy Loehmann and his partner.
Crews began filling the liner for the rink at the Wick Recreation Center on Tuesday.
The store’s owner said the two men, who were wearing ski masks, took off when he reached under the counter.
In exchange, prosecutors dropped the misdemeanor falsification and resisting arrest charges against Anthony McClintock.
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf again did not approve a budget to end a six-month stalemate, but he did release some funding.
Highway Patrol said Officer David Beavers went off the right side of the road, striking a ditch.
Columbiana County had seven fire fatalities in 2015, giving it as many as any other county in Ohio.
William Price Heating and Cooling says it’s important to keep up with maintenance on your furnace, even when it’s not in use.
Officials told WKBN that they plan to cite the animals’ owners with animal cruelty, which is a misdemeanor and could result in a fine.
The boil advisory was canceled around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday after laboratory results indicated that the water is safe to consume.
Two women have been charged in connection with the theft, and both are due back in court in January.
Customers should stop using the pans and return them to Macy’s for a store credit.
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Workers need to finish installing the switch gear Tuesday and hope to do so without explosions.
The crash happened Saturday night in Ravenna.
A viewer told WKBN that the collision happened around 2 a.m.
Wolf said he’ll release funds so schools and social services can stay open.
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