Police are searching the area but had not made any arrests.
Celebrities get their fill of candy, wine and beautiful jewelry.
Weather conditions make for slick roads.
There will be millions more for railroads, seaports and airports.
Ohio’s spending from the federal highway trust fund fell nearly 8 percent from 2008 to 2013.
An Ohio bill would require liquid nicotine used in electronic cigarettes to be sold in child-resistant packaging.
Members of a lottery pool at an Ohio manufacturing plant are splitting a $1 million Powerball prize.
Every surviving member of the hockey team is coming back for a “Relive the Miracle” reunion.
People can find out whether they’re affected by logging in to their accounts.
The suspected gunman turned out to be a 19-year-old neighbor, who lived less than a block away.
The four-time NASCAR champion won the pole for the “The Great American Race”.
Busch was suspended by NASCAR indefinitely Friday.
Cleveland led by as many as 22 points before halftime and as many as 40.
But with forecasts calling for frigid weather at least through the end of the month, the ice cover may keep expanding.
The five-year deal still must be approved by the 13,000-member International Longshore and Warehouse Union’s rank-and-file.
The Chinese Lantern Festival at the Forever Safe Farm in Salem was a part of a seven-day celebration for the Chinese new year.
With about 80 vendors at the show, people more than likely will find answers to their home improvement questions.
Friday was the first Friday of Lent and that meant a busy day at many Valley churches.
According to a 2004 Ohio law, no person is permitted to leave a vehicle unattended without first stopping the engine and removing the key.
The woman had to use a portable restroom located outside her home.
Police sources identified the suspect as Mitchell Hapner, 41, of Kalamazoo.
While First News reporter Nadine Grimley was in Parris Island, she experienced a bit of boot camp herself.