Ohio’s government watchdog says two prisoners took computers from a disassembly program and used them to access their prison’s network
The road was blocked for more than two hours before the tree was cleared.
A malfunctioning stove caused grease to catch on fire early on Wednesday morning.
Several people were asked to leave for failing to follow the rules or becoming unruly.
All three men were taken to Upper Valley Medical Center for treatment.
A gas can was found on the back porch of a home that caught on fire on Oakridge Drive.
After public comment, the council unanimously voted to extend the moratorium.
According to districts officials, the 4th grader was acting unruly and not following the teacher’s commands.
Bluebells and other flowers are beginning to bud around Aullwood Nature Garden.
The 22-year-old is a 2016 graduate of the university.
Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and…
State Board of Education members are set to discuss whether Ohio’s new graduation requirements should be adjusted as educators warn that too…
The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court has asked the state’s congressional delegation and two senators to stop the proposed elimination…
The shots were fired at officers on N. James H. McGee Boulevard.
Firefighters say the fire is suspicious.
Officers arrested Jeremi Zerbe for firing shots inside a Dayton apartment.
Springcreek Elementary School in Piqua became the first school in the state to be designated a “Best in Ohio – Connect to Nature School”.