Liberty Township

Liberty Township trustees have begun the process of determining discipline for fire chief Tim Jensen after a series of management lapses.

The parent company of Columbus Castings has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

The U.S. Army will be led by a Centerville native.

May is National Bicycle Safety Month, and this is National Bike Week.

The Ohio Senate is debating what to do with an amendment about local control over pet sales that's attached to a tax bill.

Ohio House lawmakers are considering changes in how battles over school district borders are handled.

A traffic accident in Sandusky County yesterday killed a former U.S. Olympian and Ohio State University track coach.

New Albany High School is reversing course on a recent decision to suspend a student chapter of Amnesty International.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A Franklin County jury has found a Columbus man guilty of stabbing and killing a woman in April of last year.

Ohio State University

Newly-released OSU campus police records show several students were drinking for hours before last year's Mirror Lake jump in  which a student died.

WCBE Files

A former Ohio State University marching band drum major instructor accused of sexually assaulting a female student changed his plea yesterday before the start of his trial.

Ohio Governor John Kasich says he is not ready to endorse presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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Columbus City Council last night approved tax breaks for three projects that will cost local taxpayers 2.36 million dollars.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A Columbus man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for shooting and killing a man in Whitehall last year.

Muskingum University

A former Muskingum College student accused of giving birth to a baby girl in her sorority house bathroom, putting her in a trash bag and leaving it outside of her sorority house has been found guilty of aggravated murder.

A judge who enabled the seizure of five tigers and five other exotic animals from a northeast Ohio farm via a warrant and later ordered their return is fighting with the state about who has jurisdiction over such transfers.

State officials will launch a campaign on Monday to educate the public about fentanyl and heroin overdose deaths.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a rule to cut methane emissions from oil and gas production by nearly half over the next decade.

A New York photographer known for taking pictures of groups of nude people is planning a photo shoot with 100 women in Cleveland on the day before the opening of the Republican National Convention.

A federal district judge has ruled blind Ohio residents have been denied "meaningful access" to the absentee voting system, but implementing changes would fundamentally alter the entire system.