The Ohio Senate has approved a bill requiring a police officer's presence for tickets to be issued from municipal traffic enforcement cameras.
Ohio's infant mortality rate ranks near the bottom among the states.
A panel of state lawmakers and other constitutional experts has been working on a new redistricting plan
A four-month review of the culture of Ohio State University's marching band has resulted in recommendations for improvement in band operations, training and university oversight.
State Lawmakers want to set a limit on the amount of time spent on mandatory testing in schools.
Columbus City Council last night accepted a 238 thousand dollar federal grant to help reduce a backlog of DNA tests in the municipal crime lab.
The NCAA says Columbus will host the 2018 Division I women's basketball Final Four.
130 Ohio National Guard members from a Columbus-based unit will deploy to West Africa next spring to help fight the Ebola outbreak.
The Brice Village Council voted last night to fire police chief James Ebersbach.
Ohio University is accepting donations to assist students displaced by Sunday's fire in Athens that heavily damaged several businesses and housing units near campus.
A congressional staff member will be in court today, accused of spending counterfeit money at the Cleveland Browns' home game on Sunday.
A legislative committee has approved a measure that repeals a state law mandating a minimum salary schedule for teachers.
A new bill in the Ohio legislature would hide from the public information about pharmacists, doctors, drug companies and drug ingredients.
The following counties are under a LEVEL 1 Snow Emergency:
LEVEL 1: Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads may also be icy. Motorists are urged to drive very cautiously.
Calling it a prudent and efficient budget, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today unveiled his 2015 spending proposal.
Under Coleman's proposal, the city would spend $546 million on public safety. Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says she's pleased with the proposal.
Maintaining city services and spending levels seemed to be the theme of the entire proposal - with one exception.
Pelatonia organizers say this year's cycling event raised more than 21-million-dollars for local cancer research.
Open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act begins tomorrow, and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell was in Columbus yesterday to tout the program.
State prison officials say the convicted Chardon High School shooter used a ladder crafted from items in a closet to escape from the Allen Correctional Institution near Lima in September.
A Columbus City Schools administrator is expected to plead guilty today to his role in the district's attendance data fixing scandal.
Columbus police have charged a local man with attempting to have two of his friends killed.