A former Muskingum College student convicted of killing her newborn baby has an important court date tomorrow.
Jennifer Bryant appears before Muskingum County Common Pleas Court Judge Butch Zwelling for an early release hearing.
Back on June 2nd 2003 Bryant was sentenced to three years on an involuntary manslaughter charge, one year on a child endangering charge and six months on an abuse of a corpse charge. At the time of her sentencing, Judge Zwelling said since...
Although the government had a day off from work, Congressman Bob Ney was in town today to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King with some Zanesville residents at the prayer breakfast.
Congressman Ney says he’s happy to be in Zanesville today and had some exciting news to share on this holiday. He says, “ I’m pleased to say that we have passed the African American National Museum. It will be built in Washington, D.C. and it’s a great thing to talk about today.”
Search and recovery efforts continue today after Canadian authorities confirmed that a tenth person was aboard a single-engine plane that crashed into Lake Erie shortly after taking off from an island. All are believed to be dead.
Authorities initially reported at least nine men from Ontario, Canada were on the plane last night. Police were trying to track the whereabouts of a woman who might have been on board, and now have confirmed she was.