The Zanesville Police Department is investigating a school bus accident Monday morning. It happened on Frazeysburg Road at Northpointe Drive. The Tri-Valley school bus was empty and the driver of the car was injured. The accident which happened around 8:20 a.m. remains under investigation.
A dispatcher with the Ohio State Highway Patrol says it is all clear on the interstate.
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Troopers are urging people to stay off parts of I-70 due to high water levels.
According to the Granville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol both the eastbound and westbound lanes of 1-70 between exits 134 and 136 are flooded. Dispatcher Birchfield says that the Ohio Department of Transportation is on scene to drain the water. She...
American Electric Power is reporting outages throughout the State of Ohio caused by high winds and stormy weather.
In our area 617 customers in Perry County are without service. Licking County also reports outages at this time 3,382 are without power. In Fairfield County 361 customers are without power. Muskingum County now has 403 without power. Guernsey County reports 108 without service. Coshocton has 117 customers without power.
A football game took place to honor the memory of a local girl who's life was taken too soon.
Sunday at Sulsberger Stadium, the Zanesville River Monsters played against the Mid-Ohio Falcons to raise money for the family of Mariah Williams. Williams was a zanesville student who passed away this past October after a brave battle with brain cancer. The men who play for the the Ohio Football League Semi Pro Team, were excited to give back to their community in a big way.
Both Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals fans joined under one roof to watch the rival game on Sunday.
Members of the community met at The Barn around 1 p.m. for kick off and to enjoy food while cheering on their favorite teams. One visitor says that he has been a Cleveland fan since the 1970's, and although he says that the Browns aren't doing the best he still has high hopes for the team.
"It's been a different year, said Phil Harris." We are struggling...
Tonight's severe weather risk is a widespread, damaging wind event with gusts around 50 mph and up to 80 mph. This band of storms is very convective. There are embedded supercells and bowing. This band is going to form a strong squall line that will effect our area in the coming hours. Tornadoes are possible.
An upper level low, or a trough, is strengthening and is being helped to grow by a strong jet streak. There is also, a deep service low pressure that will begin its move today and...