A few accidents kept crews busy on Sunday morning.
Division Street Bridge will be closed for the better part of a year.
A West Clark Street home was on fire.
Meanwhile, forecasters were talking about another storm on the horizon for midweek.
Sunday will mark the last chance to enroll for 2015 coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Saudi Arabia has condemned the killing in North Carolina of three American Muslim college students.
Officials say a dispute over a juvenile treatment center may have derailed the sale of a closed state prison in central Pennsylvania.
A judge has set a May trial date for a former southeastern Ohio sheriff’s deputy accused of fatally shooting an ex-colleague.
LaVine highlighted his scintillating start with a through-the-legs, one-handed reverse slam.
The devices have passed traditional smokes in popularity among teenagers.
Only 12 of the 25 cars in the field were running at the end of the race.
The only expense is $50 which goes to charities.
Business owners discuss the revitalization of the town as everyone continues to rebuild nearly a year later.
The purpose of the event is threefold: raise awareness about breast cancer and money for the center.
Anyone with any information on the Chase bank robbery in Canfield is asked to call the Canfield police.
Two people were killed in separate accidents on the Ohio Turnpike.
The members of the eastern Ohio Amish group are scheduled to be resentenced March 2.
The ban was canceled at 3 a.m. Sunday.
Open enrollment to purchase health plans in the federally run insurance marketplace ends Sunday.
The prosecutor says he also considers the moratorium applies only to convicts already on Pennsylvania’s death row.