As the community mourns the death of 7-year-old Kimbi Winland, the Zanesville Fire Department is busy investigating the cause of Wednesday evening’s blaze at 2440 Wilmer Street.
The State Fire Marshal as well is looking into the cause. At this time, authorities have made a preliminary ruling that “the fire appears to be accidental in nature.” However more investigative work must be completed before officials can issue a final report.
Attention brides to be!!! Still indecisive about all the details for your big day?
Have no fear, 50 vendors will be showcasing their best, for your special day at the Bridal and Prom Showcase at the Welcome Center this Saturday from noon to 5 o’clock pm.
Vicki LeVeck of the Welcome Center says in the fashion shows, there will be traditional and unique themes showcased, along with live entertainment, dress fittings, demonstrations and door prizes to win.
A former Zanesville high school athlete appeared in Muskingum County Common Pleas court on Wednesday to answer some drug charges.
25-year-old Etienne Ray Norris was sentenced to three years of community control and 100 hours of public service on one count of trafficking crack-cocaine near a school and one count of permitting drug abuse.
He pleaded guilty to the charge on December 18th of last year.
Norris must also complete the Genesis Drug Treatment Program...
A Zanesville man was convicted seven years ago in the death of his 3-year-old daughter…and now the Muskingum County Prosecutor’s Office must retry the defendant.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, 33-year-old Eric Patterson was convicted in 1994 of involuntary manslaughter, with the underlying felony offense of child endangering and abuse of a child charges in the December 17th death of Lacey Patterson. Workman said that Patterson was found not guilty...
Morgan County Sheriff Tom Jenkins says their search is over tonight for the missing person and missing vehicle, last seen on Sunday, January 18th.
Jenkins says that his office, the Marietta Post of the State Highway Patrol, members of the M and M Fire Department, the Division of Parks and Recreation, and the Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft concluded their search this morning when members of one of the boats spotted a large object in the Muskingum River....