WASHINGTON (TNS) — For two years now, Sens. Rob Portman and Claire McCaskill have been waging a war against a website that one watchdog called "the Wal-Mart" of child sex trafficking.
Carlisle teenager is charged with reckless homicide in connection with causing the death of her baby and burying the remains in her backyard.
Public health warning was issued today after discovering carfentanil in pills form disguised as OxyContin.
43-year-old defendant died by lethal injection at 10:43 a.m. today.
Defendant Charles H. Davenport Jr., has been in jail since the Nov. 5, 2015 fire that killed his 75-year-old neighbor.
Steve Lippson, 40, of Racine, went missing on Saturday afternoon.
Girl: “I feel like maybe some people are dying for attention and they want to be on TV or something.”
Surplus property auctions provide the general public an opportunity to purchase quality goods at reduced prices and enable the state to recoup a portion of its initial investment.
Ohio still hasn't caught up with its peers though when it comes to taxing the drilling industry — costing the state hundreds of millions of dollars.
The University of Toledo cites itself as the second largest northwest Ohio employer.
The issue failed by 90 votes.
Peter O'Neill is now executive director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations.
COLUMBUS — A court battle over lethal injection has forced Gov. John Kasich to again reschedule nine executions, beginning with convicted child killer Ronald Phillips on July 26.
Gov. John Kasich proposed a minimal spending increase for the drug problem in the budget he introduced in January. Kasich's office said the state spends $1 billion a year on the issue, most of which is through state and federal Medicaid spending.
SPRINGFIELD (TNS) — An item in the Ohio House of Representatives biennial budget proposal could consolidate the clerk of courts offices in Clark County, if approved.