Powell doesn’t have an attorney listed in court records for the Washington County case.
The Senate is planning quick action on the House’s just-passed budget bill, a day before the state government’s fiscal-year deadline.
A consultant concluded the city faces a higher risk than previously thought because of terrorism threats.
The lawsuit filed in April in federal court in Columbus contends Ohio’s system removes registered voters based on their failure to vote.
Facebook says it will now put posts from friends and family that users are “likely to care about” at the top of their news feed.
Reigning Miss Teen USA Katherine Haik, called the move “a great way to celebrate the active lives that so many young women lead.”
The spending also is intended to specifically help children.
Warning notices will be sent out for the first 30 days and on August 1, the department will start issuing tickets and fines.
Cosby’s accuser, 73-year-old Kristina Ruehli said it was the right move by the school.
The day after legendary Lady Vols Coach Pat Summitt’s death, people all over are still reeling from the loss.
The Ohio Adult Parole Authority issued a warrant for 22-year-old Jacob Mechling’s arrest.
Saeed Garner, 31, is accused in a firearms-related incident on June 12 of this year.
The young girl was taken to the hospital in an ambulance with a sprained ankle.
The accident happened just after 5 p.m. on Interstate 80 westbound.
Lane restrictions and closures along Wick and Lincoln Avenues around Youngstown State will begin this summer.
Police said Sindhu created fake identities to defraud banks during short sales of Youngstown-owned gas stations.
If convicted on the charges, Larosa faces a sentence of life without parole.
Cleveland officials visited every city that held a convention over the last 12 years before coming up with a safety plan.
The committee is proposing a switch of ownership so the city can own the property and the school can own the playground equipment.
Police said the evacuations were prompted by a letter saying there were explosives in the area.
Investigators said the 69-year-old man was working in a wooded area near his home when the accident occurred.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Wednesday it has not received any reports of injuries or fatalities related to either recall.