A Lancaster man died Friday while hiking at Grand Canyon National Park.
Pickerington police investigators say they do not know why a man chose to take his life in their parking lot yesterday.
Federal agents are investigating the discovery of radioactive devices at a Worthington apartment complex.
The Ohio Court of Claims has awarded a government services firm 1.3 million dollars after the state canceled its contract with 99 percent of the work completed.
State casino tax revenue over the past year fell nearly 12 percent short of projections.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners says the average rates of Ohio homeowners' and auto policies increased last year.
Triple-A and the Oil Price Information service say the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Ohio is now 3-dollars 47-cents.
The Ohio Department of Veterans Services has upgraded its mobile app for veterans to provide more information on employment and educational resources.
The Columbus police and fire departments continue to be dominated by a white, male workforce.
Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve plans to build controversial new housing in the OSU campus area.
Rural Ohio hospitals face financial difficulties greater than their urban counterparts as expenses rise and health-care reimbursements decline.
Ohio has opened a multi-agency, multiservice facility aimed at helping prison inmates better reintegrate into society.
A medal of appreciation from the Korean government to U.S. military service members who served in the Korean War will be presented to veterans of that conflict at a July 19th ceremony at the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Dayton.
Lightning has been blamed in the deaths of two visitors at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Columbus police are asking for the public's help in solving Sunday's robbery and shooting outside an East side motel.
Former Cleveland Orchestra conductor Lorin Maazel died Sunday at the age of 84.
A Cincinnati anti-tax group is calling a proposed county sales tax to fund Music Hall and Union Terminal renovations a major burden on the community.
A fugitive treasure hunter's company has lost its fight to stop deep-sea explorers from bringing up gold and other artifacts from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857.
Athens County prosecutors say former Chauncey Police Chief Charles Wachenschwanz has been indicted on seven counts, including racketeering, drug and weapons charges.
There was an accident earlier this morning on US-33 westbound at I-270. US-33 westbound is now reopened at I-270.