The Ohio Senate has approved a deal to allow the electric car maker Tesla to continue selling to Ohioans.
Columbus police officers say a man has been charged with shooting and wounding his brother late last night during an argument outside of a home on the Southeast side.
Columbus fire officials say classes will resume today at Weinland Park Elementary School after a natural gas leak yesterday forced its evacuation.
Nearly 20 dogs in Licking County are recovering after being poisoned with antifreeze.
Pickaway County Sheriff's deputies say three people have been taken into custody for questioning in the death of an 84-year-old man.
A New Jersey businessman was sentenced in Columbus yesterday to life in prison for killing his partner.
Authorities have found the body of a second boater who drowned in Buckeye Lake after a fishing boat capsized last Friday.
An immigrant charged with accidentally killing his 4-year-old son is asking a court to revoke a detention order and release him on bond on federal charges of failing to apply for permanent U.S. residence and using fake identification.
Plans to turn a former Columbus City Schools building into a community center have gotten a financial boost.
An intergovernmental panel says the world continues dealing with the impacts of global climate change.
The number of cases of mumps in Central Ohio has risen to 111, with 89 linked to Ohio State University.
State Lawmakers are considering a bill creating new farm fertilizer regulations.
A federal appeals court says the state of Kansas may strip Planned Parenthood of federal planning money. A similar law has recently been put in place here in Ohio.
A gay married couple who had trouble getting family coverage under the federal health care law have dropped their lawsuit seeking to overturn Ohio's gay marriage ban.
There's a new twist to one of the most controversial debates among lawmakers.
Athens police say they have reason to believe a missing Ohio University student may have committed suicide in the Hocking River.
A panel of Ohio Supreme Court Justices today suspended from office Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly, who stands indicted on public corruption charges.
The union representing Ohio prison guards wants an extra 400 officers to combat a sharp increase in the number of serious assaults by inmates.
State Lawmakers are split over a pair of plans to tax oil and gas drillers.
The family of a Columbus teenager who had a sexual relationship with a former Columbus police school resource officer is suing the Columbus City Schools and some administrators.