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Health officials in Akron, Ohio, say no Ebola cases reported yet
Ohio
AKRON, Ohio — Summit County health officials today said there have been no reported cases of Ebola here, and that the health-care worker who stayed in the area days before being diagnosed with the virus visited only one business during her stay.
October 21 2014
Nurse's visit spurs Ohio Ebola fears
Ohio
AKRON — Fear of the Ebola virus became real for Ohioans on Wednesday after health officials learned a woman who has the disease spent several days in the Cleveland/ Akron area visiting family and potentially exposing an airplane full of passengers to the virus.
October 21 2014
Nurse diagnosed with Ebola after Northeast Ohio visit
Ohio
DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summit County and state officials said they are researching a recent visit to the area by a nurse who has reportedly been the second health care worker to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.
October 20 2014
CDC heads to Ohio to help with Ebola contact-tracing
Ohio
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is dispatching a liaison to Ohio to work with state and local health officials after it was revealed today a second Dallas nurse who became infected with the Ebola virus was visiting family in Akron before she reported developing symptoms of infection. The agency also is sending at least one investigator to help with “contact tracing” — the process ...
October 19 2014
Ebola patient who visited Summit County might have been contagious longer than first believed; 7 in
Ohio
With a team of five infectious disease specialists on the ground in Ohio, health officials said Thursday that Texas nurse Amber Vinson, an Ebola patient who visited the Akron area last weekend, may have been contagious longer than previously believed and may have come in contact with more people than previously reported.
October 19 2014
2 in region under close Ebola watch
Ohio
AKRON — Two Putnam County residents are among those being closely watched by Ohio health officials because they had close contact with a Texas nurse who is being treated for Ebola.
October 19 2014
Austin Myers found guilty for murder of Waynesville teen
Akron, Ohio
A Warren County jury has found 19-year-old Austin Myers guilty for the murder of Justin Back in January of this year.
October 18 2014
Judge vacates convictions in Akron quadruple homicide; new trial for Deshanon Haywood set for next
Ohio
A Summit County judge has vacated the aggravated murder convictions of 22-year-old Deshanon Haywood and ordered a new trial in connection with the April 2013 quadruple homicide at a North Akron townhouse.
October 17 2014
Jurors see gruesome crime scene photos in murder of husband and wife
Ohio
AKRON- Jurors in the murder trial of Shawn Ford. Jr., 19, were shown photographs on Friday of the gruesome crime scene for which he is accused of being responsible. Ford faces a possible death sentence if he is convicted of the murder of Akron attorney, Jeff Schobert, 56, and his wife, Margaret, 59, who were […]
October 10 2014
Daughter of slain New Franklin couple testifies
Akron, Ohio
The daughter of a couple beaten to death with a hammer in their own home testified in the suspect's murder trial Thursday.
October 10 2014
Defense attorneys will ask Ohio Supreme Court to look at Douglas Prade murder case for third time
Ohio
The attorneys for former Akron Police Capt. Douglas Prade, accused of killing his wife in 1998, will appeal his case to the Ohio Supreme Court for the third time.
October 09 2014
The discussion about the cost of health care highlights some differences of opinion
Ohio
Northeast Ohio’s top health care executives gathered at Crain’s Health Care Forum. From left to right: MetroHealth System’s Dr. Akram Boutros; Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Toby Cosgrove; Sisters of Charity’s Terrence Kessler; Akron General’s Tim Stover; University Hospital’s Tom Zenty.
October 08 2014
Medical Examiner rules Akron baby died from fatal blow to the head
Ohio
The Summit County Medical Examiner ruled Tuesday a seven-week-old baby died from a fatal blow to the head. Emily Cortes died Monday at Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron. 
October 08 2014
Murder suspect turns himself in to Akron Police
Ohio
A murder suspect has turned himself in to Akron Police in connection with the shooting death of a 21-year-old man.
October 08 2014
Summit County: Jury seated in the trial for man accused of murdering girlfriend's parents
Ohio
Jury selection was completed Tuesday in the murder trial of Shawn Ford, Jr. The process began on September 24. The Akron man is accused in the brutal slayings of Jeffrey and Margaret Schobert. 
October 07 2014
Summit County: Jury selection continues in savage 2013 double murder trial
Ohio
Jury selection continues Monday in the murder trial of Shawn Ford, Jr. The Akron man is accused in the brutal slayings of Jeffrey and Margaret Schobert.
October 06 2014
Suspect found guilty in slayings of 4 in Akron
Akron, Ohio
A jury has found a northeast Ohio man guilty of multiple counts of aggravated murder in the slaying of four people inside at Akron townhome in April 2013.
October 02 2014
Akron quadruple homicide: Jury deliberates in death-penalty trial
Ohio
AKRON, Ohio — A jury is expected to resume deliberations in the death-penalty trial of the second defendant in a northeast Ohio quadruple homicide last year. Jurors in Akron on Tuesday will continue deliberating in the aggravated-murder trial of 22-Deshanon Jammal Haywood. He is accused in the fatal shootings of two men and two women […]
September 30 2014
Car-seat checks
Niles, ohio
Car-seat checks BOARDMAN Technicians from Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley and Safe
September 26 2014
Akron Council discusses county Public Health division move
Peninsula, ohio
DOWNTOWN AKRON — Akron City Council conducted public hearings on and approved a request for a sign to mark the new Summit County Public Health location at 1867 W. Market St. in West Akron at Council’s Sept. 15 meeting.
September 24 2014
Committee members also discuss Summit County Public Health move, Copley Square water meters
Peninsula, ohio
DOWNTOWN AKRON — Akron City Council moved forward on two sewer projects during its Sept. 15 meeting, but not until members debated the merits of proceeding as they await an update on the city’s massive sewer reconstruction project.
September 24 2014
Northeast Ohio woman dismisses abortion lawsuit
Ohio
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio woman has dismissed a lawsuit against an Akron clinic after she underwent an abortion but still gave birth to a healthy child. The attorney for 23-year-old Ariel Knights of Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) Falls says a confidentiality agreement prohibits him from saying whether ...
September 17 2014
Music festival in Boardman benefits Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley
Ohio
COSHOCTON, Ohio (AP) - Officials are pleading for a pastor and an Ohio strip club owner to stop weekly protesting of each other's establishments over a years-long feud.
September 17 2014
Summit County Public Health offering pet vaccines
Ohio
DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summit County Public Health (SCPH) will sponsor a rabies clinic for dogs and cats Sept. 6. Vaccinations will be administered from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Lock 3 Park, 200 S. Main St.
September 13 2014
Akron man gets life in prison for role in ex-Ellet athlete’s slaying
Ohio
An Akron man was described in victim impact statements in court Friday as “a terrorist in our community.”
September 06 2014
Harry Jacob guilty on five counts; Cuyahoga Falls murder suspect's court appearance postponed;
Ohio
Also, Brecksville man arrested at Hopkins Airport for having gun in carry-on bag; jury selection starts for second time in Akron capital murder trial; Highland Heights man pleads guilty to mailing IRS letter filled with white powder; Euclid cracking down on income tax delinquents; North Ridgeville named among safest Ohio cities to live in; and Montrose Auto Group pauses advertising campaign ...
September 04 2014
Jury selection begins in Ohio townhome slayings
Ohio
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Jury selection is continuing in the death-penalty trial of the second defendant in a northeast Ohio quadruple homicide last year. Individual questioning of jurors is expected to start Thursday morning in Akron in the aggravated-murder trial of 22-Deshanon Jammal Haywood.
September 04 2014
Akron Children’s Hospital
Ohio
AKRON — Local members of the Friends of Akron Children’s Hospital, a dedicated fundraising group for Akron Children’s Hospital, are selling raffle tickets as part of the 53rd annual Harness Race Rally, which will take place Aug. 8 at Northfield Park. Tickets are being sold at various locations throughout Northeast Ohio and will be sold through the night of the race.
August 27 2014
Summa President Strauss to retire at end of year
Ohio
DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summa Health System President and CEO Tom Strauss is retiring at the end of the year. Strauss served as president and CEO of Summa for 15 years, guiding the health system through some of the most challenging and tumultuous times in health care, according Summa officials.
August 27 2014
Medical officials urge parents to vaccinate their schoolchildren
Ohio
Staff and wire reports The Ohio Department of Health and local medical officials are urging parents to make sure children are up-to-date on vaccinations to protect them and their classmates as they begin a new school year. Dr. Hanna Lemerman, of Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics office in Medina, said getting children all of the vaccines Read More... The post Medical officials urge parents to ...
August 21 2014
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