This is National Radon Action Month. Radon-related lung cancer claims the lives of an estimated 20 thousand Americans every year.
Demonstrators marched nearly 4 miles across Cleveland's West side and jammed traffic in one of two Martin Luther King Junior Day protests against police brutality.
Clark County Sheriff's deputies have charged two teenagers in the fatal shooting of a man who was robbed of guns.
Dayton is being recognized as the most gay-friendly city in America.
Columbus police have identified the man shot and wounded by an officer outside an East Side bar early Sunday.
The first meeting of a state task force that will examine the relationship between police officers and the communities they serve is a public forum in Cleveland.
NHL All-Star Game festivities are underway.
Scrap metal dealers are getting help combating theft from a new data-sharing arrangement through the Ohio Courts Network.
For 15 years, Ohio kids have honored the memory of Doctor Martin Luther King Junior by competing in an annual oratory contest with a theme inspired by the slain civil rights leader.
A Newark man has been sentenced to 21 years in prison for his role in a Ponzi scheme that defrauded victims of more than 40 million dollars.
Cuyahoga County health officials say eight people died from the flu in one week.
Minority owners of casinos in Cleveland and Cincinnati have filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection.
A new study shows low- and middle-income people in Ohio and across the country pay a higher percentage of taxes than earners in the top 1 percent.
The Centers for Disease Control has designated Cuyahoga County's MetroHealth Hospital as an Ebola treatment center.
A boston.com associate editor has been fired for a story disparaging threats against Republican U.S. House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio.
A jury has convicted a man of killing former Cleveland Indians outfielder Rodney Craig when both were homeless in downtown Los Angeles, California.
The Franklin County Prosecutor's office says former Ohio State University defensive end Kenny Hayes Junior has been indicted on charges of assault and child endangering.
Some changes are coming to Columbus' Martin Luther King Junior Day activities.
A federal district judge in Columbus has sentenced a former Dublin resident to six years in prison for masterminding two multi-million dollar frauds, including one involving former Miami Heat basketball players.
Columbus police have made an arrest in the October slaying of a pizza delivery driver.