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Before the safety summit, the school board approved a resolution concerning school violence and mental health.
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President Trump announced he’s enforcing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports in an effort to help domestic production.
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Each mass shooting across the country forces local law enforcement to take another look at how it prepares for the worst.
Two Columbiana parents say the coach’s behavior was way past the normal coach-player dynamic.
The intersection of S. Dock Street and E. Connelly Boulevard averages around 14,000 drivers a day.
The homeopathic product is hard to say and even harder to find.
Many people said they are glad their school is finding a way to stand up for their beliefs, while also including everyone in the practice.
Capt. Barry Finley also hopes to enhance training and fire safety education within the department.
Each year when it snows Northside Hospital sees an increase in the number of people who suffer from heart attacks.
A portion of Route 224 had to be closed temporarily on Wednesday because it became impassable.
There is a backlog of 1,200 rape kits that still need to be tested in a lab and 1,200 victims still waiting for answers.
Dennis Watkins wants Attorney General Mike DeWine to appeal Danny Lee Hill’s case.
Exposure to radon claims an estimated 24,000 lives a year and many victims have never smoked a cigarette.
Heart disease doesn’t discriminate, but health officials say you can often stop it before it even starts.
One of the dead animals had grass in its stomach, while another had sticks, showing they weren’t eating properly.