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A drawbridge that's been stuck in the upright position for much of the past week in downtown Toledo is ready to reopen.
A judge has set a $500,000 bond for a Cleveland woman accused of stabbing her 2-year-old daughter in the abdomen.
Officials say more than four dozen people have been charged in a conspiracy to bring heroin to the northeast Ohio city of Youngstown.
A proposal would allow cats, dogs and other family pets to be included within the scope of protection orders obtained by victims of domestic violence or other offenses.
A Kentucky man accused in the slaying of a great-grandmother found dead in the trunk of her car in 2012 in southwestern Ohio has been indicted on charges including aggravated murder.
The new year is bringing a new look to the state's Wonderful West Virginia magazine.
West Virginia education leaders are launching a call to action encouraging citizens to support the state's education reform efforts.
The West Virginia Wing of Civil Air Patrol is joining thousands of officers and cadets in honoring fallen veterans.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is exploring whether Ohio needs to change how it trains police in the use of force.
As Ohio lawmakers rush to pass a bill supporters say is needed to restart executions in the state, a prosecutor says the chances of the next scheduled execution happening are "nil."
A U.S. Navy ship has successfully deployed the laser weapons system, also called "LaWS", aboard the USS Ponce in the Arabian Gulf. In a press release, officials at the Office of Naval Research wrote the deployment took place from September to November 2014. The laser weapon not only worked aboard a deployed U.S. Navy ship, but also operated seamlessly with existing ship defense systems.
Ohio Valley law enforcement, media, and even school officials around the Ohio Valley are teaming up to take on drug abuse.
Doug Campbell with the Greater Wheeling Sports and Entertainment Authority says the audience should get ready to hear hits like "Islands in the Stream," "Coward of the Country," and "The Gambler."
West Virginia University at Parkersburg has named its next president.
Parking rates are on track to rise in Pittsburgh.
Traffic is at a standstill on Route 2 in Marshall County after a fiber optic line fell onto the road near the Axiall Plant.
A state lawmaker's last-ditch effort to insert a repeal of Common Core education standards into another bill has failed.
The state Agriculture Department is starting to tout the 99th annual Farm Show, an eight-day celebration of Pennsylvania's agricultural products and rural life.
If you've ever taken a child's name off an angel tree and purchased presents for that child, you might have wondered how the rest of the process worked. There's a group of middle-men between the angel purchaser and the child opening those presidents on Christmas morning who do a lot of organizing. At the Brooke County Salvation Army, they call it the Toy Room. Thanks to the Toy Room, 165 children will have a happy Christmas Morning, and the volunteers wouldn't have it any other way.
A northeastern Pennsylvania school district is patching up a brick wall in an elementary school after a woman drove her SUV through it in a pre-dawn crash.