A judge has agreed with a prosecution motion to dismiss the charges against a woman accused of lying to a grand jury during an investigation into the fatal shootings of eight people in Pike County in 2016.
Cuyahoga County administrators say improvements have reduced the time inmates are locked down in their cells at the county jail, where a U.S. Marshal's Service report last November said conditions were unsanitary, inhumane and unsafe.
A Montana woman estimates she will have lost at least 1.3 million dollars as the result of a Worthington-based neo-Nazi website publisher telling his followers to unleash an anti-Semitic "troll storm" against her in 2016.
One in five Ohio children struggle with hunger, and nearly 14 hundred sites around the state are open this summer to provide free meals and camp-like activities through the Summer Food Service Program.