State lawmakers want to make it easier to purchase vehicles fueled by compressed natural gas or CNG.
Columbus' bike-sharing program is expanding.
The Metro Early College High School in Columbus was created nearly ten years ago by Ohio State University and Battelle.
Casino tax revenue has not been as high as operators promised when voters approved their construction a few years ago.
A federal grand jury has indicted four alleged members of the Short North Posse gang on murder and drug charges.
The parent company of Lancaster-based glassware maker Anchor Hocking is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to reduce long-term debt.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed into law new rules designed to cut down on the pollutants feeding algae growth in Lake Erie.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has a strong hold among Democrats in three swing states.
A federal judge has ordered state officials to reinstate Medicaid benefits for plaintiffs in a lawsuit, while denying a request to expand benefits to others being terminated from the program.
A Jefferson Township man has been indicted on federal charges of money laundering and loan fraud in connection with several Columbus properties.
An HIV-positive Columbus man suspected of raping three children has been indicted by a Franklin County grand jury.
Sentencing is pending for a Columbus man who has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of his 8-year-old nephew last April.
A Columbus man has pleaded guilty to a charge of producing child pornography.
A former Battelle employee and former youth hockey coach will serve four years' probation on a child-pornography charge.
Firefighters are searching for the cause of Wednesday's fatal house fire in Etna Township.
Columbus police say officers shot and wounded a man who killed his estranged wife and her brother outside of the day care center she owned on Wednesday.
An annual report by the Ohio Attorney General's office on capital punishment shows three people were sentenced to die last year, bringing the total number under Ohio's 1981 law to 323 sentences.
The regional chamber of commerce at Buckeye Lake says it will seek a second expert opinion following a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report warning of a catastrophic dam failure.
Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich has used his line-item-veto power to strike a provision from the state transportation budget Democrats claimed would discourage out-of-state college students from voting.
Hundreds of firefighters from Columbus and other communities took shifts in Cincinnati this morning, to allow queen city firefighters to mourn the loss of a colleague.