Researchers still don’t know why overdoses went up so much.
The law bans medical facilities that perform abortions from getting certain funding.
Kasich raised eyebrows when he said that he first got elected to the state Senate in part by “women who left their kitchens” to campaign for…
Police in Akron, Copley and Fairlawn are investigating how he ended up in the truck.
Eakin is suspended with pay while awaiting a March trial in Philadelphia.
Kasich says he’s known Weld for many years and welcomes his support.
Five people were on board.
Police say Lonaker was being flown to IU Health Methodist Hospital when he died.
The victims’ attorneys say the lawsuit is the first to claim this exception and argue this gun is too dangerous to sell to the public.
A representative with the Department of Elections is trying to figure out how and why the test ballots were sent out.
The shootings started around 5:45 p.m. Saturday.
State Highway Patrol says a motorcycle struck the side of a car, which was pulling out of O’Reilly Auto Parts on Market Street.
Police credited the employees and patrons with acting quickly and observantly to fend off the man and help authorities catch him.
The town hall meeting was held at the Niles High School auditorium, hosted by Niles Councilman at Large Ryan McNaughton.
Austintown has three levies on next month’s ballot which are crucial for the township.
Trumbull County recorded more than 80 overdose deaths last year.
More educators are taking advantage of a program where donations can be sent electronically, directly to the classroom.
The man ran from police, according to a report, before an officer tased him and tackled him.
Melnick Hall once housed the Rose Melnick Medical Museum for the Bitonte College of Health and Human Services.
The man was wanted by the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Department on charges of manufacturing meth, theft and forgery.
Youngstown is hoping to attract some tourists during the hot political season.
Emergency crews in Warren Township worked to control a garage fire that quickly escalated.