The chemical ended up in the children’s cups of apple juice.
The mother chose to forgo chemotherapy to treat her brain cancer since it would have meant ending her pregnancy.
The 6-year-old loves school and journeyed through each grade with his principal by his side.
Former State Senator and Democratic Party Chairman Harry Meshel passed away this week at the age of 93.
The “Meds to Beds” pharmacy is set to open later this fall.
Columbus City School administrators say all students and staff are safe after the incident.
The goal of Yellow Brick Place is to not overlap with any other cancer services in the Valley.
From Australia to a business in Austintown, vendors are getting cease and desist letters.
This week’s slate includes Ohio State in primetime and Steelers vs. Browns.
BYWAY Corporation in Hubbard officially announced this week that it is closing its plant on Myron Street in Hubbard.
Police said the woman who was accidentally released Friday morning is now back in jail.
The bill would notify drivers when to change speeds, and put the sign in a spot where drivers have enough time to adjust
Indians ace Cory Kluber struck out 13 in seven innings to improve to 15-4.
Police said the man went into a restricted area on the tarmac “where the airplanes actually come in” with a knife.
1 of 2 cousins charged in the deaths of four men found buried on a farm said he didn’t participate in the killings and the pair went out for…