The dog came from Canine Companions for Independence, and he will work with special education students at Campbell Elementary.
The final pretrial hearing in the Oakhill Renaissance corruption case started Friday morning.
A Salem woman who punched her 7-year-old daughter in the eye was sentenced to six months in jail.
A gunman opened fire at Excel Industries in Hesston, Kansas.
The Ohio Department of Health linked the outbreak to packaged salads produced in Springfield, Ohio.
While Donald Trump has won three primaries and remains the front-runner, party Chair Mark Munroe said Super Tuesday could be big step for hi…
About a dozen candidates gathered at the Hubbard Library on Thursday for a “Meet the Candidates” event.
The legislation will not punish students who miss a meeting or practice for military service and preparation.
Investigators who tracked down Freshwaters last May say he was living off Social Security benefits under an alias in Florida.
The incident happened at a Youngstown Road apartment, police said.
Georgette Vigil is accused of fleeing the crash scene after her daughter was ejected from the vehicle.
Multiple fatalities were reported at the scene of a workplace shooting in Kansas.
Police say Martika Rodriguez stabbed the woman in the head and face with a sharp instrument.
Cleveland Clinic said the nine-hour surgery was performed a day earlier on a 26-year-old woman, using a uterus from a deceased donor.
This year, The Foundation will be presenting George Gabriel with the H.O.P.E. Award for his lifetime achievement and contributions to the co…
As part of the campaign, window signs will go up next month on businesses, as well as some billboards, telling people to shop and buy local.
Astronomers say it’s the sharpest map of the Milky Way to date.
Poorer school districts struggled with scores more than rich ones.
The village has been under a drinking water advisory since March 2015 and faced a civil penalty of $10,000 for repeated EPA violations.
Judy Peyko said the purpose of the meeting is to have discussions before the Mill Creek Park Board’s meeting on March 14.
The park’s lakes have been closed since July 2015, when concerns about pollution from sewer runoff surfaced.
The Pennsylvania AG’s office imposed a $10.8 million fine on the two.