Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis, 33, died at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington.
According to the alert, the child was last seen at 4661 Sherylton Hills Drive in the city of Green at 3 p.m. Friday.
The records were released late Thursday by the Village of Fox Lake in response to a Freedom of Information request.
Richard Ross, 65, has served as state superintendent since March 2013.
The county’s elections director had blamed “a learning curve” for poll workers for problems finding registered voters with e-pollbooks.
The UAW said it reached an agreement with Ford on Friday morning.
Julian Hernandez wants to be left alone by the media so that he can try to live a “normal” life.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Kiari Day, 26, of Rankin, pleaded guilty Friday and must return for sentencing in December 2016 before a federal judge in Pittsburgh.
For 80 percent of those with a concussion, recovery may take 3 weeks. The other 20 percent can suffer more serious, long-term problems.
Jackson-Milton High School’s varsity football team is going to the state playoffs for the first time in the school’s history.
An eight-month investigation into missing Warren Secretarial Association money led to the arrest of a woman close to the association.
Phillips will be sentenced for the charges on December 14.
A preview of next week on Capitol Hill along with a look back at this week’s major moments.
The boil advisory will be in effect until further notice.
Officers will be looking for alcohol and drug impairment during the checkpoints and will also be conducting saturation patrols, according to…
A major international financial scandal has left a mark in the Valley.
The decision to block the Keystone XL Pipeline could have implications on your wallet and community for years to come.
Demolition crews started to tear down the old Wengler Avenue School in Sharon this week.
The Winter Crisis Program started taking applications from Ohio residents this week.
The casino machines have a sticker that says a malfunction of the machine voids all pays and plays.
The story of an Ohio prison escape, fit for any Hollywood crime drama, came to an end in Minnesota Thursday.