Many Ohioans are employed in the construction industry, which often involves working with or around electricity. It's important to understand that construction workers who work near or around electricity face heightened risks of suffering electrocutions.
The Ohio Highway Patrol is urging the state's drivers to slow down and stay alert in construction zones.
With winter upon the Ohio area, many people are making various preparations. From completing tasks relating to winterizing their houses to preparing for the holidays, most individuals find themselves busy this time of year. Numerous tasks they complete are related to preventing issues that could result from winter weather.
An Ohio family is seeking answers about the treatment an elderly relative received in a Colerain nursing home after she nearly died of complications associated with a pressure ulcer.
In Ohio and across America, the number of injuries involving ladders has increased in recent decades. According to OSHA, the majority of these injuries occurred because workers were not given adequate training on how to use ladders safely. For instance, they were not shown how to place the ladder or how to make sure that it was in good working condition before climbing on it.
A single mother to three young children in Ohio is struggling to regain some sense of normalcy in her life following a devastating accident with a truck on Nov. 1, 2018. The woman was traveling on U.S. 50 when a dump truck suddenly crossed into her lane, giving her nowhere to turn and no time to avoid a head-on collision.
Officials with the Franklin County Animal Control office are asking an Ohio judge to apply the "dangerous dog" label to three dogs that were involved in a deadly attack on two other dogs. The attack has largely horrified the community of Gahanna, Ohio, because the dogs that were killed were inside their own home at the time.