Chavez-Silver’s mother Nicole Chavez said the family was heartbroken after hearing the 911 call.
“Lex’s overall accuracy rate … is not much better than a coin flip,” the ruling says.
Adrian Jerry Gonzalez lured Madyson Middleton into his family’s apartment from a courtyard where she had been riding her scooter over the we…
Jesus Deniz was apprehended and was being held in “investigatory custody for another agency” in the Park County Detention Center.
The region is in a fourth year of severe drought, but Pasadena was soaked with record rainfall in July. It’s not yet clear if either played …
Yost wrote Wednesday that he will carefully review Ohio’s charter oversight program during his new audit of the state Education Department.
The lawsuit argues that the NFL made up its rules as it went along and misapplied the ones that were already on the books.
The players have been suspended indefinitely, but coach Les Miles has expressed optimism they’ll be reinstated when the case is resolved.
Steven Peloquin tells lottery officials the windfall will let him retire and spend more time with his family.
A half percent increase in the earned income tax is on the special election ballot Tuesday.
U.S. District Court Judge Eduardo Robreno also on Wednesday imposed a $5,000 fine on 47-year-old Jeffrey Walker, who was caught in an FBI st…
Executive director Ian James sai that ResponsibleOhio followed the law and brought the discrepancies cited by Husted to his office’s attenti…
Ware joined Kevin Johns, who pleaded guilty Tuesday.
Kayla Liller is undergoing a pre-sentencing investigation before her court date is set.
A jury convicted Kevin Downs on a charge of public indecency, but he was found not guilty of two more serious charges.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in the Mahoning Valley.
Andrew Kocak was released from prison last week after serving less than a year of his three-year sentence.
Mill Creek Park closed its three lakes July 10 after finding high levels of the bacteria E. Coli in the water.
Nearly 800 Canfield residents were given two different polling locations.
He was released after posting a $10,000 bond and is due in Superior Court on Aug. 5.