Coach Rich Wright has turned around programs in the past into playoff teams. Now, he’ll be asked to accomplish that feat again.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a one-vehicle crash in Hermitage early Saturday morning.
The accident happened as the driver was rounding a curve on South Canal Street.
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The FAA said it is directing high-altitude flights around the affected airspace.
Montgomery says Thompson was considered violent and was convicted in 2012 of gross sexual imposition/sexual assault.
A Cedar Point spokesman said the ride resumed operations Friday after it was examined by state safety officials.
The large limb from a black oak fell on the tent of the two young campers as they slept in the heart of the park Friday.
St. Louis County Sgt. Shawn McGuire told the newspaper that Bakula is a patrolman and the post would be investigated.
Lohr would likely have been unconscious after falling into the river. His body was carried about four miles downstream.
Deputies were responding to reports of domestic battery and reported an injured woman at the scene.
New Orleans Police spokesman Garry Flot said police were searching to determine whether a suspect was still in the store.
71-year-old John Fenwick of Akron was sentenced Thursday in Summit County Common Pleas Court.
Mueller was held for a time by Islamic State financier Abu Sayyaf and his wife, known as Umm Sayyaf.
The agency already offers families free bus trips to facilities, bringing 677 passengers to youth prisons last year.
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A woman and two men were indicted Thursday on involuntary manslaughter charges in Brown County.
Abu Khattala is facing charges in Washington in the Sept. 11-12, 2012, attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi.
Trent Mays was released in January after serving a two-year sentence in an Ohio Department of Youth Services facility.
Forty-five-year-old James A. Young of East Canton was killed Thursday when he jumped over a security fence.