A man was rescued from the Muskingum River Wednesday afternoon.
The call came at around 5:15PM when someone spotted the man floating in the river. Zanesville Fire Department Lieutenant, Doug Hobson says they pulled him from the water just in time.
"There was a gentleman in the river. Approximately right below the Y Bridge floating in the middle of the river. So of course we responded with Engine 2, Engine 1 and our Rescue Boat. Our Engine 2 spotted him from the 6th Street...
Here's a follow up on the armed robbery that took place at a Maple Avenue Huntington Bank ATM this weekend.
Two subjects approached a vehicle at gunpoint Saturday and demanded money from those inside it on Saturday. According to the Chief of the Zanesville Police Department, Kenneth Miller, the charges of the suspects involved were released Monday.
"Zachary A. Rogers, he's 22 years old from Columbus, he's been charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, two counts...
With some area schools starting back up Monday and many more starting later this week, it's important to take caution while driving.
With school buses out more frequently and many students in the cross walk areas, drivers need to be aware of the laws and keep an extra eye out. Sgt. Andy Armstrong with the Zanesville Police Department said they'll be monitoring the 20 miles per hour school zones to make sure drivers are obeying the slower speed limit.
Two Newark women were sent to the hospital following an accident near the Y-Bridge Monday afternoon.
According to police, the accident occurred around 2:30 p.m. when a Chevy Lumina that was heading toward the Y-Bridge on West Main Street went off the left side of the roadway, through a grass field at a high rate of speed, and crashed over the emankment of the river. The vehicle flipped several times before coming to rest right beside the river.
A former Zanesville Police Captain was laid to rest at Mount Olive Cemetery this afternoon.
William Clark was 82 years old and recently lost his battle to a brief illness. Chief of the Zanesville Police Department, Kenneth Miller, has known Clark since 1980. Miller says that the work Clark carried out while working with the police, made him an important member of the community.
"Well I think he is important to the community because he did give 24 years of his life to the...
The Zanesville Police Department goes with a new look for their patrol vehicles.
When the Crown Victoria police cars the department used since 1994 were no longer being made the police department tried out the Dodge Chargers. Now in an attempt to find the car that works the best for them, they've purchased two Ford Police Utility Interceptors and two four door sedans.
"What in the civilian would be the Explorer and the Taurus is actually a purpose built vehicle which is...
We told you Wednesday about a missing bull in Muskingum County that was freed when a vehicle crashed into a power pole on Wayne Avenue at Arcadia.
The crash allowed the animal to escape from the trailer.
Well, that bull is still on the loose and was spotted just after 1:00 a.m. Thursday. Zanesville Police said a motorist at first thought they were seeing a horse walking in the middle of Wayne Avenue until the driver realized it was in fact the missing bull.