East Liverpool officers and the Columbiana County Drug Task Force raided the house, wearing heavy-duty HAZMAT suits.
The Red Zone and City Kids Care have collected more than 3,000 coats since October.
The United States is reliant on China and other nations for the overwhelming majority of critical minerals used for manufacturing.
Triangle Tire could get up to $152 million in state and local tax breaks.
A single vote may spell the end of Republican control in Virginia’s House of Delegates.
The Nielsen company said that Fox’s telecast was seen by 4.52 million viewers on Sunday night.
“This is how I cope. This is how I grieve. This is how I handle it,” she said.
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The 22-year police veteran became impatient and needlessly initiated the physical confrontation with the woman, investigators said.
Investigators determined that she had wandered into the driveway and apparently wasn’t visible to the driver.
Colder temperature on the way tonight. It won’t stick around long. Warming up late week.
Police officers hope to start using the handheld camera by early next year.
The Senate parliamentarian has decided three provisions violate the chamber’s rules.
A Marion mother admitted to overdosing and killing her three-month-old earlier this year.
So as long as consumers placed their orders in time, their gifts should make it by Christmas, according to the company that tracks the shipp…
A police report shows police took a call Monday from Pakistan. The caller said a 5-year-old child had been buried in a backyard.
Since 2008, Dan Dascenzo has worked for Judge Lou D’Apolito, who has reached the age limit for judges in Ohio.
The state of Ohio requires some financial literacy is taught in high school. However, the curriculum is unaddressed.
The approval for Spark Therapeutics offers a life-changing intervention for a small group of patients.
Lisbon landlords not posting buildings for rent or sale can be fined up to $3,200.
Police reported finding drugs and packaging materials during Tuesday’s search, and a Warren man was arrested.
Former U.S. attorney Steve Dettelbach says there are significant legal questions about how the FCC handled the issue.