The Ohio Supreme court says five Cleveland police supervisors may face trial in East Cleveland on dereliction of duty charges.


The Ohio Highway Patrol says motorists under the influence of drugs are killing more people in traffic accidents. 

Ohio Inspector General's Office

One of the state prison inmates accused of illegal computer building at the Marion Correctional Institution has been identified. 

Franklin County Board of Elections

Former Franklin County Board of Elections director Bill Anthony is asking a court to release 67 thousand dollars worth of annual retirement payments.


Even before Thursday's announcement that state officials will trim the next two-year state budget by 800 million dollars, Ohio counties have been preparing for cuts related to the money they receive from the Medicaid Managed Care sales tax.

Ohio Public Radio

Majority Republican in the Ohio House and Senate, along with Governor John Kasich, say they have come up with a way to deal with the 615 million dollar revenue shortfall expected by the end of this fiscal year.

State investigators yesterday offered no new information about the unsolved slayings of eight Pike County family members.


The local activist group called the People’s Justice Project has called for Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs to be fired.

Ohio Public Radio

Some of the biggest players in the fight against Ohio's opioid epidemic told business leaders Wednesday it might be closer than they think, and warned them to be prepared. 

Dozens of central Ohio residents from around the world were sworn in yesterday in Columbus as U.S. citizens.


Johnson Park Middle School is closed today after some students were exposed to mercury from a broken thermometer during an 8th-grade class on Wednesday.

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus man hospitalized with injuries sustained in a garage fire has been charged with killing a pastor. 

Columbus Division of Police

Extradition is pending for a man charged in a murder earlier this year who has been arrested in Birmingham, Alabama.

The state has approved a request to help pay for the funeral of a woman killed in last year's murders of eight Pike County family members.


A judge has ordered an Ohio televangelist and his restaurant to pay over 388 thousand dollars in wages and damages to a group of employees after finding members of his church were urged to volunteer at the buffet, and it used the unpaid workers. 


Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred wants the Cleveland Indians to eradicate their Chief Wahoo logo. 


Forbes Magazine ranks the Cleveland Indians as baseball's 27th most valuable team.


Columbus officials have announced redevelopment plans for the North Market. 


Three East High School students are recovering after they ingested cookies laced with marijuana on Tuesday.


State officials are investigating illegal computer construction at the Marion Correctional Institution.