Four death row inmates are challenging a new state law shielding the names of companies that provide Ohio with lethal injection drugs.
Cuayhoga County prosecutors have dropped charges against a man who was imprisoned for nearly two decades for murder but was granted a new trial.
Four people arrested last weekend while protesting at the Beavercreek store where police shot and killed a man in August have been charged with obstructing official business and trespassing.
A Utica man will serve four years in prison for his role in the October 2013 death of a 2-year-old girl.
A Hilliard Darby High School student is behind bars, accused of downloading child pornography.
Ohio Governor John Kasich says his push to add a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution will help the country avoid a possible disaster in the long run.
AMBER ALERT HAS BEEN CANCELED. CHILD HAS BEEN RECOVERED. THANK YOU.
Franklin County property owners will have a few extra days to pay their first-half tax bills.
Ohio State University's marching band alumni club says an independent review of band culture released last month should be used to revisit the firing of band director Jon Waters.
The Centers for Disease Control says over one thousand Americans were diagnosed with mumps this year.
Ohio lawmakers this year passed bills dealing with redistricting, budget revisions and red light cameras.
Relatives of a woman who died in Cleveland police custody last month say officers need better training on dealing with mentally ill people.
Federal prosecutors have charged a Columbus financial advisor with getting rich off the back of a disabled woman.
Children's hospital in Columbus has announced a 130 million expansion plan.
THE AMBER ALERT HAS BEEN CANCELED. THE CHILD HAS BEEN FOUND SAFELY.
At this time of year, some people rush to include charitable gifts on this year’s tax return – and others rush to the optometrist.
2014 was the year that several headline-making bills on the back burner for years finally made it through both chambers of the Ohio General Assembly.
The Ohio Children's Hospital Association is getting a 1 million dollar research grant from the state to study injuries that prompt concerns of possible child abuse.
There were a few awkward moments at Gov. John Kasich’s recent presentation before the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
A Columbus School Board member and a former school board candidate are among the 8 finalists to fill a soon-to-be vacant seat on Columbus City Council.