Tara Cutlip, 21 and pregnant with her second child, was shot and killed Saturday in her Bahama Drive home. Loved ones gather in front of Tara's home to remember her and speak out against domestic violence.
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Swimmer Don Smith, of Continental, will be inducted into the Ohio Seniors Hall of Fame.
A Taser stun gun was missing from the Allen County Sheriff's Department for more than a week without being reported.
Allen County coroner Dr. Gary Beasley speaks during a press conference Friday morning during which the Allen County Coronoer's office released its fatal crash summary report, which discusses, in detail, all seven fatal automobile accidents in Allen County.
Defendant Timothy Bart turns to leave the courtroom following a preliminary hearing Friday morning in the Lima Municipal Court.
The Ada First United Methodist Church announced it plans to build a new church on the site where the former structure was located before it was destroyed in a fire last March.
U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, speaks with the senior management team at Ada Technologies Inc. before touring the facility in Ada on Tuesday morning. Ada Technologies Inc. builds gear shifter assemblies, internal transmission parts as well as plastic injection moldings.
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel (center) speaks with Shawnee High School English teacher Tim Cheeseman in the school's Guyton Information Center on Tuesday afternoon. Mandel toured Shawnee High School in Lima as he spoke about the district's deposits into the state's STAR Plus Program. The program allows school districts across the state to earn a competitive yield on public funds deposits without market risk by leveraging FDIC insurance.
Matt Otto, new director of Allen Lima Leadership, shares a laugh with outgoing director Micki Vollmer during his introduction at a Chamber of Commerce press conference on Monday morning.
Defendant Charles McGuire (right) clasps his cuffed hands during a preliminary hearing in Lima Municipal Court on Friday morning.
Defendant Travis Quinter (right) peers over his glasses during his Jan. 25 hearing in Allen County Common Pleas Court.
Electric and hybrid vehicles, like this Ford Focus, continue to have a strong presence at this year's edition of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich. See more photos from the auto show at North American International Auto Show - 1/15/13 and North American International Auto Show - 1/14/13.
Media members flocked to get a close look at the newly unveiled Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray on Monday during the first media preview day for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich. See more photos from the show at North American International Auto Show - 1/15/13 and North American International Auto Show - 1/14/13.
Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, speaks with members of the media while standing in front of the Atlas concept pickup truck during the second preview day at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich. See more photos from the second day of the auto show.
Lima Mayor David Berger speaks with reporters in January, moments after registering to run for reelection at the Board of Elections office on Main Street in Lima.
Jeff Sprague, vice president of the Allen Economic Development Group, talks in 2012 during a meeting of the Lima Auto Task Force. He will become the organization's president.
Natalia Baraby pauses to reflect during an interview on Tuesday afternoon. Baraby lost two young children in a house fire in Lima 10 years ago.
Ohio Senate President Keith Faber takes the oath of office Monday during the first day of the 130th General Assembly at the Statehouse in Columbus on Monday afternoon. See more photos from Faber's swearing in ceremonies.
Steven Magoteaux mixes medicines to fill a prescription within a sterile compounding box on Thursday afternoon at Pack Pharmacy in Lima.
Emergency personnel responded to reports of an attempted robbery at this residence on Catalpa Avenue in Lima on Thursday evening.
Firefighters rescued this small dog from a structure after a fire destroyed one half of a duplex on Catalpa Avenue in Lima on Friday afternoon.
Crew members at the Allen County Engineer's Office load salt in to the back of a plow truck on Wednesday morning. See more photos from Wednesday's storm by clicking here.
Dominic Fricano, owner of Viva Maria, poses for a photo with his wife, Susan, at the restaurant inside the Lima Mall on Monday afternoon.
Defendant David Todd stands up from his seat at the defense table following his sentencing hearing in the Allen County Common Pleas Court on Thursday morning.
Shawnee Township Police Department Det. Don Marik looks over the right front fender of a van on Wednesday morning. Authorities believe the van was used by a suspect who ran into a victim at the Husky Lima Refinery on Tuesday shortly after the victim discovered the man breaking into the victim's truck.
AAA travel agent Katie Williams pours a glass of her Christmas Fruit Punch mocktail on Tuesday morning at the AAA location on Allentown Road in Lima. Customers were welcome to sample several non-alcoholic beverages made by AAA associates at the office on Tuesday as part of the company's "First a Friend, Then a Host" campaign, aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of impaired driving during the holiday season.
Students, teachers and community members gather for a short prayer vigil Monday morning in front of Spencerville Local Schools. See more photos from the Spencerville prayer vigil.
Tracey Tamayo (right) and Kelly Dunlap wave signs to passing traffic before a hearing for Dennis Phalen was scheduled to begin Monday afternoon at the Lima Municipal Court in Lima. Phalen, charged with beating a dog to death, entered a written not guilty plea on Monday and did not appear in court. See more photos from the demonstration and courtroom.
Deb Helser asks a question after learning that defendant Dennis Phalen entered a written not guilty plea on Monday afternoon at the Lima Municipal Court in Lima. Phalen allegedly beat a dog to death following a recent argument with his wife. See more photos from the court appearance and protest.
People pack a Lima Municipal Court courtroom in a case of a man accused of beating a dog to death.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bob Cupp laughs during his introduction before he spoke at the monthly meeting of the Allen County Bar Association on Friday afternoon at the Elks Lodge in Lima.
Craig Barr, a wildlife officer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, points to a large paw print in a field near Spencerville on Wednesday morning. Authorities received a call late Wednesday morning reporting a panther had been seen in the area. Barr said the large tracks they found in the field appeared to be canine instead of feline tracks.
Traffic moves along Elida Road in Lima on Wednesday afternoon, one year after the redesigned roadway and median were opened to motorists.
Traffic moves southbound on Interstate 75 as it passes over State Route 117 in Lima on Tuesday morning.
Carolyn Campbell, Auglaize County Board of Elections director, reviews recount procedures with fellow board members before passing out provisional ballots to be reviewed Nov. 20.
Defendant Jethro Montgomery wipes his eyes during his hearing on Tuesday morning in the Allen County Common Pleas Court in Lima.
Firefighters battle a house fire from the ground and above as smoke pours from a structure on Gloria Avenue in Lima early Monday afternoon.
Defendant William Purdy covers his mouth with his hand during his sentencing hearing Wednesday afternoon the Allen County Common Pleas courtroom.
Major Phil Tamayo speaks during a kickoff ceremony for the Salvation Army's annual Red Kettle Campaign on Monday in front of the Macy's department store in the Lima Mall.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine speaks in November before an abandoned house is demolished on Linden Avenue in Lima.
Local business owner Greg Wannemacher speaks during a stop by the National Federation of Independent Business at Wannemacher Enterprises in Lima on Thursday morning.