After hours of discussion, the jury in the Eric Patterson trial came forward and said they don’t believe further deliberations will help them reach a verdict.
Muskingum County Common Pleas Court Judge Howard Zwelling declared the case a mistrial and said a new trial will be set in the near future. The defense is disappointed with the verdict, but says it could end up in their favor. Defense Attorney Dennis Belli questioned ifs the state entitled under the limits of that federal...
The jury continues to deliberate the fate of 33-year-old Eric Patterson of Zanesville. Patterson was granted a new trial, which began Monday, on an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from the 1993 death of his 3-year-old daughter Lacey Patterson.
Patterson appealed the original decision, and the Sixth District Court ruled that the State of Ohio must give Patterson a new trial because the definition of “proximate cause” was not clear in a jury selection.
It’s a student’s dream. Going to high school in your pajamas. Well now that dream can come true.
The ECOT school also known as the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow is one of the fastest growing e-schools in Ohio.
Jeff Forster, ECOT’s superintendent is in Zanesville today to visit with some of his students and learn about their experiences. Forster says, “You get to walk the halls as a principal and I don’t get to see students. I get to talk to them, but it’s fun to get...
Just a few weeks ago we reported on the fact that the United Way was down in numbers for last year. Well now's your chance to help.
To kick off this year's Operation Feed campaign the United Way has teamed up with Applebees to have a pancake breakfast.
Elaine Curry of the United Way says, " during the breakfast they'll have pancakes, sausage, bacon, fruit and beverages. Everything is five dollars and it's a buffet so you can get all you want to eat."
Good news for Morgan County residents…the Morgan County Emergency Management Agency received word Tuesday afternoon that President Bush has approved federal funding for residents affected by the January 3rd flooding in the county.
According to Public Information Office for the Morgan EMA, Keith Spare, assistance programs will now be available for county residents and local businesses affected by the flooding through both the state and federal Emergency Management Agencies. ...