Westerville police say a vague threat posted Wednesday night on the Whisper app put the city's schools on alert yesterday and forced the lockdown of all Columbus high schools.
Eight people who staged a protest at Cincinnati-based Procter and Gamble's headquarters last March will be in court today to plead guilty to criminal trespassing charges.
A Democratic state lawmaker who pleaded guilty to ethics violations related to accepting Cincinnati Bengals tickets from lobbyists and failing to properly report them on required disclosure forms was sentenced Thursday.
Clark County officials are working to remove the thousands of crows roosting at night in downtown Springfield.
Former Ohio Department of Human Services director Arnold Tompkins has been indicted on federal charges of stealing 66 thousand dollars from the federal economic-stimulus program.
The so-called architect of the Columbus City Schools' attendance data-rigging scandal was sentenced today to 15 days in jail and two years probation.
A local architect will design a memorial to the late President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.
A Columbus police report says injured Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett and his pregnant ex-girlfriend made 911 calls on Tuesday morning alleging each attacked the other.
Columbus police have arrested a West side family on drug trafficking charges.
The Ohio House has approved a Senate-passed measure requiring a law enforcement officer to be present for tickets to be issued from municipal traffic cameras.
The controversial bill banning abortion at the point a fetal heartbeat can be detected has failed to pass the Republican-controlled Ohio House.
The Ohio House has approved a Senate-passed bill allowing hunters to use silencers and relaxing some rules for concealed handgun licenses.
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted a Dayton company an exception to the current ban on drones not for government or recreational use.
The Ohio Board of Education says it's making changes to a rule that covers positions like music and art teachers along with staff like social workers and school nurses.
Democratic Columbus City Council President Andy Ginther has formally announced he will run for Mayor next year.
Ohioans can buy fireworks here but they must, under current law, take them out of state to detonate them. An Ohio Senate committee has passed a bill that would change that.
A bill that would all but ban traffic cameras by requiring cities to post police officers at each camera location is speeding through the legislature.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has appointed George Speaks as public safety director.
An Ohio man walked out of a courthouse relieved today after spending nearly 40 years of his life as a convicted felon for a murder that he, his brother and a friend did not commit.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries has announced his retirement, effective immediately.