The longtime Cleveland Indians executive, spoke at a packed news conference eager for more details about last week’s departure of general ma…
Records show an arraignment scheduled for Friday morning in Franklin County Municipal Court.
Skiers will now be charged for using the resort’s slopes, whether or not they use the lifts.
The wrongful death lawsuit seeks at least $75,000 in damages and was filed Oct. 22 in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.
Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville in said he has been working since January to find ways to use Facebook and other social media to help…
A warrant for 28-year-old John Hunter’s arrest was issued after he failed to appear at a pre-trial for public indecency charges.
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Jared Henkel was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in prison following Monday’s plea in federal court.
Federal judge Timothy Black approved an agreement Monday between the Ohio Department of Health and Cincinnati law firm Gerhardstein and Bran…
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On Monday morning, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said that the toddler’s body was discovered in a Weston canal.
The Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital will benefit from a $2,100 check handed over by local fourth grader Jack Sweet.
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A local prison is preparing its inmates for everyday life in an attempt to break the cycle of incarceration.
A Youngstown Police officer said the man driving the car, who is 48, suffers from diabetes and narcolepsy.
The unveiling comes just weeks before the Samuel E. Lanza Veterans Resource Center is set to open.
The crash happened around 11:41 a.m.
Hunter surrendered his license after being cited by the State Medical Board in 2003 for Medicaid fraud and drug and alcohol dependency.
If passed, Ohio would be the fifth state to legalize marijuana.
The Federal Government is blaming additional branches of automaker Volkswagen of using default devices.