People with telephone numbers in the 740 area code will begin training for a new way to call their neighbors.
The Consule General of Japan says 422 Japanese business facilities in Ohio are providing a total of nearly 71 thousand direct jobs.
The Ross County Coroner has ruled the death of a pregnant Chillicothe woman a suicide.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has approved a request by Columbus-based American Electric Power to remotely disconnect the electricity of 132 thousand central Ohio customers who have smart meters but have not paid their bills.
President Obama challenged Republican budget priorities during a speech in Cleveland yesterday, saying they are based on economic theories that do not work.
A new Ohio State University study shows adolescents and young adults living in rural areas are more likely to commit suicide than those in urban areas.
State Fire Marshal's investigators say an explosion of liquefied petroleum gas probably caused the December 26 house fire in Washington Court House that killed a woman and her three grandsons.
The Delaware County elementary school teacher accused of sexually abusing two students could be facing more charges.
The Ohio Senate has approved the 7 billion dollar, two year state transportation budget that includes a provision raising the speed limit to 75 mph on the Turnpike and rural interstates.
The state tax commissioner says the Ohio Department of Taxation will keep using a controversial "identity quiz" to verify information about people seeking refunds.
A newly discovered mineral is being named in honor of a longtime Kent State University geology professor.
Plans to allow fracking in state parks appear to be dead for now.
Ohio Governor John Kasich's office says his trip to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress this month cost taxpayers about $3,462.
Nearly 500 residents and business owners attended a public meeting to discuss threats to a central Ohio lake following a report of potential catastrophic failure at its dam.
Ohioans may be asked to vote on a measure to extend term limits of state lawmakers.
Delaware County Sheriff’s deputies have charged an Arrowhead Elementary School teacher with rape and gross sexual imposition.
A federal judge says ballot access limits imposed last year on minor parties in Ohio do not violate the U.S. Constitution.
More than 50 state and local emergency management officials met yesterday to prepare for a possible collapse of the Buckeye Lake dam.
A new report shows Franklin County is a popular place for first-time homebuyers.
State transportation officials kicked off the road construction season yesterday with the announcement of 450-million-dollars in projects for the year.