“Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland,” is scheduled to come out Monday.
The investigation of 26-year-old Andrea Forsythe began when her rental home burned down in June.
About a third of the 30-plus plaintiffs in the cases before the court Tuesday either live in or have links to the Cincinnati area.
The FDA said consumers should feel safe eating any products that haven’t been recalled.
Keith Chandler was arrested last month on felony charges of forgery and insurance fraud.
The drill must be done by the airport every three years in order for it to keep its FAA license.
Key-duplicating apps can be a criminal’s best friend.
Ford Motor Co. said two people suffered sore shoulders from doors bouncing back after they were closed.
The camper caught fire around 3 p.m. Friday.
First-responders said there have been accidents at the intersection before because it is a two-way stop.
About 15 of the animals escaped Thursday from a farm across the Hudson River
Indiana state health officials said Friday that the number of positive HIV tests has jumped to 142 in 2015.
A bomb threat made by an anonymous 911 caller forced the evacuation of hundreds of tourists Friday.
The recommendations benefit both police officers and the citizens they serve, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said.
Police officers and employers rely daily on the criminal background-check system that Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine describes as “critic…
The problem was found through customer complaints.
Franklin also wants to do more to attract revenue to the city while keeping an eye on the budget.
The declaration is the latest in a series of issues for buildings along East State Street in Salem.
NASA and science enthusiasts from around the world celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hubble Space Telescope launch.
Hubble is considered one of the most productive scientific tools ever built.