U.S. Marshals Service

Extradition is pending for a suspect in the shooting of four people in Columbus who was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Mississippi this week. 

Columbus police have charged 2 people following the late Monday death of a man inside the old municipal power plant building on Nationwide Boulevard.

The Put-in-Bay village council has voted to fire Police Chief Ric Lampela.

A report on Ohio prison homicides in the past 15 years says most killers already were serving time for violent crimes.

Ford ended production of a series of vans last year, costing 200 workers at its Avon Lake plant their jobs.

Ohio voters will have the chance to decide this fall whether marijuana should be legalized for medicinal and recreational use.  

State of Ohio

The panel that’s working on police-community relations has come up with drafts of standards on use of force, recruitment and hiring. 

Ohio State University' Medical Center will pay a 93-year-old former patient $7,000 for apparently throwing away rings that were removed by staff members before a surgery last year. 

Back to school time means it's time for parents to get updated vaccinations for their children.

Amid an FBI bribery investigation, Democratic Columbus City Council member Michelle Mills says she will resign on September 4th and will not run for election this year.

State of Ohio

Democratic State Representative Ron Gerberry is expected to plead guilty to campaign finance charges and resign from his seat.

Delaware County Sheriff

Former interim Delaware County Sheriff Mark Wolfe has been charged with possessing child pornography.

Columbus police say a man was found dead last night inside of the former municipal power plant building on Nationwide Boulevard.

Minnesota authorities have charged a man with killing a Columbus woman who they say was suicidal.

An undercover Columbus police officer has been placed on desk duty for allegedly assaulting two people on the grounds of the Dublin Irish Festival earlier this month.

Two Pickerington teens convicted of injuring a priest in a church parking lot have been sentenced to diversion programs.

Ohio State Fair organizers say a record of more than 982 thousand people attended the event this year, up 7 percent from the record set last year.

Less than a month after a deadly off-campus traffic stop, the University of Cincinnati has named a new leadership team to reform its policing practices.

Toledo Blade

  An Ohio judicial board has ruled that judges who perform weddings can't refuse same-sex couples based on personal, moral or religious beliefs.  

Kasich and Other GOP Contenders Dealing With Trump

Aug 10, 2015

The candidate who is leading the pack of 17 Republicans vying for the party’s nomination to run for President, real estate mogul Donald Trump, is posing some difficulties for the party itself. While many candidates are speaking out against Trump, Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports Gov. John Kasich isn’t among them.