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Karlie A. Plas, 20, of Carlisle Township, passed away Tuesday evening, March 11, 2014 at Ames Family Hospice, Westlake, following a long illness.
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LORAIN - When police questioned a woman who was carrying a hypodermic needle in her pants, police said she gave them a false name before she took off running.
Update : Lorain County Common Pleas Court General Division and Clerk of Courts have closed for the day.
Sgt. Louis Torres died in 2012 as a result of wounds he suffered while on duty in Afghanistan.
The boyfriend of a northern Ohio day care worker suspected of raping four children has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to related charges.
A deputy clerk of courts pleaded guilty Monday to gross sexual imposition for molesting an underage girl beginning when she was 8 in 1983.
ELYRIA - An Elyria woman was recovering Sunday night after police said she was stabbed by another Elyria woman about 5 a.m. Sunday at a home at 1152 Garden St. Ashley Plues, 23, of the 200 block of Winckles Street, was in good condition at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, according to a nursing supervisor.
Tom Tomes raises his shotgun, aims it straight at you, and fires. SOUND: gunshots Tomes is part of a group of men in rural Lorain County who dress-up in cowboy outfits and have target-shooting competitions.
LORAIN - A 39-year-old tenant was killed in a fire called in at 3:23 a.m. today at 418 Kentucky Ave. Lonnie Mullett had no pulse or vital signs when found in a first-floor room of his two-floor duplex, said Assistant Chief Dennis Livchak.
A variety of legislative initiatives, some questionable, most unsuccessful; the local appearance of a famed breakfast-food matron; and plans for a massive rat hunt highlight today's look back at the News Journal's headlines of 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago on this date.
Defendant "known to be a serious heroin user" had put camouflage paint and mud on his face and attempt to hide in the woods, police say.
Seven local startup companies have received a total of $400,000 in grants from the Innovation Fund in Lorain County.
On Thursday, Eric Kaple, a Willard chiropractor who had been challenging Elyria City Councilman Marcus Madison, D-5th Ward, in the Democratic primary for the right to challenge state Sen. Gayle Manning, R-North Ridgeville, dropped out of the race.