There are currently 36 million drivers on the road over the age of 65.
The 6-foot-11 Williams was a key player for the 1988-89 Cavs, who went 57-25 during the regular season.
Joel Jenkins was indicted Thursday by a grand jury in Waverly in southern Ohio.
Protesters allege a cover-up and have called for the resignation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez.
The Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association sued in September to keep training in Cleveland.
Its mission is to provide hope, opportunity, education and empowerment for folks living in the low-to-moderate income range.
House Speaker Mike Turzai objected to the Senate’s distribution of billions in school aid and payment cuts to charter schools.
The Big Reds’ Joshua Porterfield led the area with 17 quarterback sacks this season.
Husted insisted the pivotal swing state will be ready for 2016.
Kight says the agency’s agreements with waste disposal vendors requires them to follow state law and dispose of tissue accordingly.
Most of the nearly $12 million ResponsibleOhio raised from July to October came from 10 companies or organizations listed under corporate na…
The third plaintiff is the father of 17-year-old Domenic Teolis, a Lincoln High School student who suffered football related concussions in …
The city’s litter control and recycling office held a luncheon on Friday to honor the winners.
Students at the Potential Development High School for Autism in Youngstown were able to do their Christmas shopping for free.
The Holiday Hopes and Wishes luncheon is one of the hospital’s signature fundraising events.
Vilma Jerez was brought to America for treatment of harry-cell leukemia.
City leaders in Youngstown are facing a growing problem that is getting more difficult to tackle – trash dumping.
A man who was driving by a house in Braceville Twp. to check on his ex-girlfriend says he was chased and threatened with a gun.
Police say the suspect stabbed another man and rode the hood of the car as the victim tried to drive away.
Boardman Park turned into the North Pole Friday for some lucky kids.
A judge showed sympathy for a New Jersey man who said he snapped watching the sexual abuse trial of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky.