09, Dec 2013 - Sandusky, OH Sandusky police reopen 1994 murder
SANDUSKY, Ohio — Police in northern Ohio are reopening their investigation into an unsolved 1994 murder, this time focusing on a man recently sentenced to death in the killing of a young mother and her two children.
09, Dec 2013 - OH judge's wife charged with trying to poison him
Authorities say the wife of a county judge in northeastern Ohio has been arrested for allegedly trying to poison him with antifreeze.
09, Dec 2013 - Mahoning, OH Murder suspect jailed
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - A man charged in a double murder from 2011 is in the Mahoning County Jail. Hakeem Henderson, 22, of Salem, was booked into the jail on Saturday without bond. He is facing two counts of aggravated murder of Adam Christian and Raymond Hayes in November 2011.
09, Dec 2013 - Ohio Judge's Wife Charged With Poisoning Him
Ohio judge's wife of 45 years charged with poisoning him with antifreeze; he's on leave
09, Dec 2013 - Mahoning, OH Antonini to report to prison Jan. 7
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The Youngstown fire department responded to a house fire early Sunday morning. Fire officials on the scene tell 21 News that the Catalina Avenue home that caught fire is vacant.
09, Dec 2013 - Sandusky, OH News Minute: Here is the latest Ohio news from The Associated Press
Attorney General Mike DeWine says Ohio's crime lab has processed nearly 5,000 previously untested rape kits as it searches for DNA matches that could help solve reported sexual assaults. DeWine says forensic scientists...
09, Dec 2013 - Judge's wife accused of trying to poison him
ASHTABULA, Ohio – A county judge’s wife of 45 years has been charged with trying to poison him with antifreeze.
09, Dec 2013 - Judge rules killer Eugene Gall not eligible for parole
Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer ruled today that convicted rapist, kidnapper and murderer Eugene Gall will not receive credit against his Ohio prison sentence for 16 years served in a Kentucky prison for similar violent crimes. The decision today is a win for the Montgomery County Prosecutor's office. The office was notified recently that Gall was eligible and being ...
09, Dec 2013 - Attorneys: Ohio coach's charges are 'unsupported'
Attorneys for a volunteer football coach indicted in an Ohio grand jury investigation prompted by a rape case say the accusations against him are "unsupported."
09, Dec 2013 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH Jurors deliberating 40-year-old Mahoning County triple homicide
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - On Thursday, jurors will continue deliberating a triple homicide that took almost 40 years to bring a suspect to trial. More >>
09, Dec 2013 - Wyandot, OH Defect in Limberios' revolver was limited to his gun, AG's office says
The defect that caused Jacob Limberios' revolver to sometimes fire without the trigger being pulled was limited to Limberios' gun, an Ohio Attorney General's Office spokesman said.
09, Dec 2013 - Franklin, OH Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro's death was a suicide: consultants
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro committed suicide by hanging himself in his prison cell, two corrections consultants concluded following a review of his death released Tuesday, rejecting earlier suggestions that he may have died accidentally while seeking a sexual thrill. Castro's Sept. 3 death was likely not ...
09, Dec 2013 - Marijuana dealer arrested in W.Va. gets 35 years
An Ohio man who assaulted a West Virginia state trooper during a January 2012 traffic stop has been sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for running a marijuana enterprise.
09, Dec 2013 - Prosecutor says Ohio couple committed crime by giving child raised from infancy to agency
A prosecutor says a southwest Ohio couple committed a crime by giving the 9-year-old adopted boy they raised from infancy to child welfare officials.
09, Dec 2013 - Judge hands down 7-year prison term for ex-Ohio high school band director in student sex case
A former western Ohio high school band director found guilty in a case involving sexual conduct with female students has been sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison.