About 500 families showed up to support the March of Dimes, an organization that works to improve babies’ health.
Police say they don’t know how the woman died. They say it appears she was in her early 20s.
The event will take place just two days before Indiana’s May 3 primary.
Police say the suspect refused those orders and raised the gun. Two officers shot and killed him.
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Archeologists concluded the arm and leg bones are believed to belong to four adult bodies.
The wreck was spotted at about 6:30 a.m. Saturday, but the woman may have driven off the road during the night.
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Among the stolen items were a GPS unit, guitar, duffel bag and coins. The vehicles had apparently been left unlocked overnight.
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Funerals for the remaining six victims will be held on Tuesday.
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program held their 33rd annual Bowlathon at Camelot Lanes in Boardman.
The West Public Library in Youngstown shut its doors for the final time on Saturday.
Mill Creek MetroParks is starting a project to restore the existing Lanterman’s Mill parking lot.
Four roads will be closed Sunday in Mill Creek MetroParks for the Casal’s 5K Run/Walk.
The company said the state environmental protection department is doing air monitoring and will also test surface water.
People were out enjoying the great weather in East Liverpool during the 2nd annual Walk for Autism Speaks.
Saturday was the annual Healthy Kids Day held at the Davis Family YMCA in Boardman.
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Across Ohio, 200 drop-off locations were set up for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in an effort to get the drugs off the street.
The MYCAP agency held a clinic to help those with felony or misdemeanor convictions in Ohio get employed.