Ohio Governor John Kasich announces his intended run for President of the United States.
Criminal charges have been filed against five men accused of distributing roughly $100,000 worth of heroin.
The charges are the result of an investigation conducted by the Office of Attorney General’s Bureau of Narcotics Investigation.
Jail records show that police believe Kavalesky committed those offenses in Hubbard.
The first intersections will be Market and Boardman and Market and Front, according to the mayor.
Police said they found Wilson in his apartment passed out, with a friend slapping his face trying to revive him.
UNC researchers are making international headlines in the fight against HIV.
Police say a homeless man is recovering in intensive care after being set on fire while sleeping.
The company estimates thousands of dollars in damage.
With a million attending, that’s one restroom per 250 people.
Comments on John McCain are raising some ire.
Prices are off an average 10-cents for the week.
The Kasich for America campaign made the announcement Tuesday morning at Ohio State University.
The state fire marshal says an apparent product malfunction led to a fireworks mishap that injured nine people in Westlake.
The woman who rescued the child said the caregivers wanted to know if insurance was going to pay for the broken window.
Florida Gun Supply’s owner Andy Hallinan declared his store a “Muslim-free Zone,”
Mark Melancon worked the ninth for his 30th save in 31 opportunities. He has converted a franchise-record 28 consecutive saves.
The Cardinals and Irish will compete as members of Division V this Fall in football.
Los Angeles Police Department Cmdr. Andrew Smith called the number of rifles, pistols and shotguns staggering.
Attesting to Stewart’s cultural import, President Barack Obama is booked for his seventh appearance on the show Tuesday.