Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

A Montgomery County grand jury has indicted a Dayton woman on murder charges in the shooting deaths of her two young children on May 18.

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Ballot Board has certified as a single issue a proposed constitutional amendment that would change the way Ohio draws congressional districts.

Franklin County Commissioners have approved spending 3.25 million dollars to repair or resurface several roadways and bridges.

Ohio's largest online charter school operator is asking a judge to block the Ohio  Board of Education from voting to order the school to pay back 60 million state dollars for enrollment that can't be justified.

Authorities say the body of a missing kayaker has been recovered from Alum Creek. 

Columbus Police are investigating three overnight shootings.


The fight over how Ohio has maintained its voter rolls has made it to the nation’s highest court. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles has details.  

Practice rounds at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin continue today, but talk of Tiger Woods' DUI charge continues to be a topic of conversation.


The Cleveland police union president says the firing of the white officer who fatally shot a 12-year-old black boy was "unjustified" and "politically motivated." 


As enrollment in online charter schools has soared across the U.S., states have struggled to put in place regulations ensuring students get a real education and cyber schools get the right amount of funding.


Former U.S. Attorney Steven Dettelbach says he will run for Ohio Attorney General next year.

A bill that could limit a coroner's power over death certificates is under debate at the Statehouse.

Delaware County Sheriff's deputies today will resume searching for a kayaker who went missing on Alum Creek last night.


Montgomery county is being sued for a ninth time by a former prisoner alleging mistreatment by county jail guards.


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says finding missing children will continue to be a priority for the state. 


The American Medical Association has listed Ohio as the top state for monitoring prescription drugs. 

The state wants to change to the way mental health and addiction services are billed and coded, to align with national standards.


The Cleveland Indians on Saturday unveiled a statue of Hall-of-Famer Frank Robinson, who was the first black manager in the major leagues. 


The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland is unveiling improvements.

City of Dayton

Funeral arrangements are pending for former Dayton City Commissioner Dean Lovelace.

A newspaper survey of Ohio county coroners has found more than 4 thousand people died from opioid overdoses last year.

State of Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich will join a delegation of state officials and business leaders this Wednesday on an economic development trip to Japan.


Zanesville fire officials are searching for the cause of an early Saturday house fired that killed two people and injured another.

Columbus police are asking for the public's help in solving the murder of an east side man early Saturday.


Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say a 6-year-old boy drowned in a country club pool in Perry Township on Friday.


A second contender for statewide office has retained a local campaign fund that's not subject to state contribution limits.


A painting depicting the fatal shooting of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old African-American Cleveland boy shot by white police officers in 2014, has been withdrawn from a Pittsburgh arts festival after a social media outcry that the white artist was exploiting black pain.


The jury in the murder retrial of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist will not see the officer's undershirt depicting a Confederate battle flag.


Four Licking County Municipal Court workers are being suspended for the early release of a domestic violence suspect who killed three people, including the Kirkersville police chief, on May 12.

State lawmakers are again trying to create new rules for how communities may use traffic enforcement cameras, especially smaller ones that make a large percentage of their revenue from citations.