Democratic Columbus City Council president and Mayoral candidate Andy Ginther denies accepting bribes from the company that operates the city's traffic enforcement camera system.
One provision of the state budget proposal that's likely to stay in the final version would deduct state money from cities like Columbus that are still using traffic enforcement camera systems.
The former CEO of the Arizona-based red light camera company Redflex, which runs Columbus' system, has pleaded guilty to her role in an eight year fraud and bribery scheme.
Final preparations are underway for the annual Columbus Pride Festival.
Columbus Fire Station 2 at Fourth and Fulton Streets was closed on Wednesday for renovations.
A new report finds many central Ohio roads and bridges are in dire need of repairs.
The mortgage listing service RealtyTrac says central Ohio home repossesssions nearly doubled in May as compared with April.
The U.S. Army soldier from Ohio convicted this week of killing a comrade in Jordan in 2014 has been sentenced to 26 years of confinement and will be dishonorably discharged.
The Ohio EPA says operators of a fracking waste injection well in Vienna Township where two thousand gallons were spilled in April must submit a cleanup plan by the end of the day today.
Majority Republicans in the Ohio Senate have passed the chamber's version of the next two year state budget.
Two last-minute amendments to the Ohio Senate's version of the two-year state budget bill could force abortion clinics in Toledo and Dayton to close.
A local developer has announced plans to construct 78 condos and apartments on the top 24 floors of LeVeque Tower downtown.
The board of the Columbus Zoo has approved asking taxpayers for financial assistance.
The controversial plan to add baseball fields to an Upper Arlington park is dead for now.
The Delaware, Ohio woman who dropped her toddler into the Cleveland zoo's cheetah pit has been sentenced to a year of probation, which will include counseling and parenting classes.
A U.S. soldier from Perrysburg has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a comrade in Jordan.
The Columbus teen who pleaded not guilty to juvenile murder and kidnapping charges in the fatal shootings of four people at an East Hudson Street home has been charged with an additional delinquency count of attempted murder.
Voter registrations collected by a marijuana legalization campaign are to be closely scrutinized for potential fraud under orders of Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted.
A bankruptcy judge has tentatively approved the sale of Dayton-based Standard Register to a company run by billionaire Glen Taylor, owner of the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves.
Sentencing is scheduled September 30 for a Columbus man who pleaded guilty this week to involuntary manslaughter and aggravated robbery charges in the death of a pizza delivery driver last year.