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A commercial fishing crew spotted the man and his boat around 8 am Monday morning after he had been in the water for 12 hours.
A white nationalist was arrested after threatening to shoot up a Jewish community center in Ohio, police say
James Reardon, Jr., 20, is being held at the Mahoning County Jail on telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing charges.
A 7-foot-long crocodile swam just feet away from a group of children in an Ohio creek: ‘He wasn’t afraid of us’
A church group in West Alexandria, Ohio, took 16 elementary school-aged children to swim in a creek. There was something in the water.
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley doesn’t want the mass shooting in her community to become a story about Donald Trump
"My job as mayor is to bring the community together and to help our community grieve and get through this trauma," Whaley told INSIDER on Thursday.
An interracial couple’s house mysteriously exploded in Ohio. Investigators found a swastika and racist slur painted in the garage.
Fire officials said a suspect or suspects may have tried to set the house on fire on Tuesday, before successfully blowing up the house on Wednesday.
Rebecca Cartellone bought DNA kits for her family for Christmas. After getting the results back, she learned she wasn't related to her dad.
Trump insulted Ohio Democrats after visiting Dayton shooting victims, and mistakenly thought one had run for president
Trump falsely accused Sen. Sherrod Brown and Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley of "totally misrepresenting" his trip to a Dayton hospital to visit victims.
While Trump visited Dayton, the city’s mayor said the president’s ‘divisive’ rhetoric is ‘last thing we need’ afte...
"A lot of the time his talk can be very divisive, and that's the last thing we need in Dayton," Mayor Nan Whaley said of President Trump.
"I don't like it, any group of hate, whether its white supremacy, whether it's any other kind of supremacy," Trump said.
Trump and other politicians keep blaming violent video games for mass shootings. That just doesn’t add up.
For the second time in as many years, President Trump and other politicians are pointing to violent video games following a mass shooting.