Anderson Family

The Cleveland police officers involved in the 2014 death of a woman in their custody, Tanisha Anderson, used excessive force.

Sara Marie Brenner

An Associated Press review of Republican operations in presidential battleground states finds there are fewer employees than the national party had planned.

Mike Foley

The first class of trained outreach workers in the recently formed CelebrateOne Community Connector Corps has graduated.

A Franklin County judge on Monday denied a request by Ohio's largest online charter school to block the state from conducting an attendance audit.

The City of Groveport is giving a profitable clothing retailer a 10-year, 50 percent income tax break.

Plans are in the works for a new medical office building in Hilliard.

Experts working for the state have concluded planks and pieces of wood pulled from the muck of Buckeye Lake are wreckage of a canal boat that sunk in 1850.

Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has issued an air quality alert for the area today.

WCBE Files

The Columbus City Schools' board has decided not to join an effort to increase the property value of Nationwide Arena.

Columbus police say seven people were treated Sunday for suspected opiate overdoses; one died.

WCBE files

A staff attorney for the late former Ohio Democratic Congressman Jim Traficant has been sentenced to three years in prison and 830 thousand dollars restitution after pleading guilty to bank fraud charges in connection with a mortgage investment scam.

The Ohio Court of Claims has approved settlements in two medical lawsuits against the hospitals operated by Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati.

Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott says he has rescinded his offer to send more than 30 deputies to Cleveland to assist with security during the Republican National Convention.

The wife of Lancaster Mayor Brian Kuhn has been sentenced to four years in prison on theft charges.

The director of the Franklin County Board of Elections and a former subordinate have been indicted on felony theft in office and tampering with records charges involving bogus timesheets.

A federal jury in Columbus says DuPont should pay 500 thousand dollars in punitive damages to an Ohio man in a chemical illness lawsuit.

Ten states - including Ohio - are suing the federal government over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms conforming to their gender identity.

The 6th Ohio District Court of Appeals has upheld the City of Toledo's right to use traffic enforcement cameras, though the issue is headed for the state's Supreme Court.

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Columbus Firefighters and American Red Cross members will be installing free smoke alarms and delivering safety information Saturday in the Franklinton area.

Hocking County Sheriff's Office

A southern Ohio physician has been arrested on charges of illegally distributing drugs.