The City of Cincinnati is now offering health insurance to municipal employees and their spouses that will cover transgender surgeries.
Sentencing is scheduled on September 19th for a Centerville native who has now pleaded guilty to charges of killing a fellow Purdue University student.
Franklin County prosecutors are reviewing a state audit accusing a former school superintendent of spending public money on himself.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says there will be changes to how city streets are cleared of snow and ice during the winter.
A Madison County judge has sentenced a former Columbus resident to five years probation and six months of house arrest for hitting a West Jefferson police officer with a pickup truck last year.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will soon get a letter demanding an investigation of the shooting of an African-American man by white Beavercreek police officers at a store earlier this month.
A charter bus driver is awaiting sentencing for causing a fatal crash on I-70 last April.
This Missing Adult Alert has been cancelled.
UPDATE: Mr. Rober was located by law enforcement.
Ohio State has rejected the latest appeal for reconsideration by fired marching band director Jonathan Waters.
Pickerington Schools students were dismissed without incident this afternoon, after a phone threat prompted a district wide lockdown.
The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed with Governor John Kasich in a battle over releasing his public schedule.
An appeals court has overturned hate-crime convictions of 16 Amish found guilty in beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow members of their faith in Ohio.
The state and local communities are paying more this year for the road salt used to keep roadways clear in the winter.
A Columbus defense attorney convicted of raping women connected to his legal practice was sentenced Tuesday to 13 years in prison.
Opponents of the education standards known as Common Core spent a week criticizing that set of standards while supporting a Republican bill to repeal it.
A woman arrested last year in Georgia for a 1987 stabbing in Columbus has pleaded guilty to a murder charge and been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.
The man in charge of Toledo's troubled water treatment plant is stepping down.
The campaign troubles of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald have gotten the attention of undecided voters and third party officials and supporters.
Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks director John O’Meara says he will retire at the end of November.
The Reynoldsburg City Schools' board has filed an unfair labor practices complaint against the local and state teachers unions for walking away from contract negotiations.