A man who abused a ten-week-old child was in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
22-year-old James C. Williams II of Zanesville was convicted of endangering a child with serious physical harm.
The prosecutor's office says in November of 2009, he abused his 10-week-old daughter causing head and body fractures. Judge Mark Fleegle sentenced Williams to six years in prison. Amber Jones is a co-defendent in the case.
After UAlbany's contest against Xavier on December 28th, Jed DeMuesy had a chance to talk to former Zanesville Blue Devil Logan Aronhalt, and Albany Great Danes head coach Will Brown. Click on the links to the left to see the raw interviews.
History normally repeats itself, but tonight in front of a packed house at Winland Memorial Gymnasium, history reversed itself. The Zanesville Blue Devils improved to 8-2 with a 50-30 victory over the Tri-Valley Scotties, a near mirror image of the 47-30 Tri-Valley victory over the Blue Devils a year ago. The Dawgs scored the first bucket of the game, but it was all Zanesville from there. Tanner Gibson leading the Blue Devils with 16 points, Cole Carpenter behind him with 11 points and...
"I want to be the first Tri-Valley kicker with a prosthetic," said Cameron Taylor who is working towards making that dream a reality.
The eight-year-old has endured more than most will in their entire lifetime. Last year, he was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and had to have part of his left leg amputated. Overcoming some challenging obstacles has proven to be quite easy for this ambitious little boy.
"The reason why he's out there, is for him, you...
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office in a joint effort with the Zanesville Police Department executed a search warrant at the residence of 114 Pierce Street in connection to a drug investigation.
Sheriff Matt Lutz says three adult females and one male have been arrested but names are not being released at this time. Lutz says, during the search, they recovered powder cocaine, crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia, along with a firearm and ammunition.
A local man wanted in connection with a state wide investigation has turned himself into authorities.
Sebastian Luu of Zanesville is facing felony charges of practicing cosmetology without a license. His sister, 18-year-old Britney Luu was arrested Thursday at the Z-Nails salon in Zanesville. She faces similar charges.
According to Zanesville Police Detective Sgt. Ric Roush, both were picked up by the State Highway Patrol from the City Jail and take to Franklin County. They are...
One local man is being recognized for his outstanding contributions to the community.
Randy Coconis of Zanesville is receiving the Dick Johnson Civic Leadership Award presented by the Muskingum County Community Foundation. He was selected for his many accomplishments as a leading furniture retailer.
"When you see the past recipients of this award it really is an awesome list and to be just considered on the same page with those names is really gratifying and really rewarding...