The pop duo "Twenty One Pilots" are returning to their hometown of Columbus this summer. 


It will cost Columbus taxpayers 430 thousand dollars less this year to dump their trash into the Franklin County landfill.


Parking in the Short North has long been tight, with residents and businesses saying it's gotten worse in the last five years.


A policy brief suggests educating women on breastfeeding will help reduce Ohio's high infant mortality rate.


State records show the rate of drug-addicted newborns last year was more than eight times higher than in 2005.

Ohio Public Radio

Majority Republicans in the Ohio House and Senate have reached a compromise on the state transportation budget.


A Franklin County grand jury has declined to indict two teenagers for a fatal shooting outside a fast food restaurant in Franklinton last November.

Columbus police have identified the man shot and killed in the parking lot of a North Cassady Avenue restaurant early Monday.

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Ohio Division of Liquor Control agents have cited the owner of a Cincinnati nightclub where one person was killed and more than a dozen wounded with drug abuse and drug possession violations.

Associated Press

Prosecutors have decided not to try an 82-year-old man in the shooting of a Columbus police officer 45 years ago.

Family members have released the identities of the three people killed in a house fire early Friday on the west side.


Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is not abandoning his goal of a federal balanced-budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution, saying it's ever more important as the national debt ticks toward 20 trillion dollars.

Ohio Public Radio

Supporters and opponents of President Trump each held rallies at the Statehouse on Saturday.


A Franklin County grand jury has declined to indict two Columbus police officers who fatally shot a man last year they say opened fire on them. 

Ohio's unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a point to 5.1 percent in February.


An Akron native who went from radio station receptionist to Hollywood star in the 1950s has died. 

Columbus State Community College is responding to a recent spike in retail store closures by offering to train laid-off employees for new jobs.

Columbus fire officials say three people are dead and another is hospitalized following a two-alarm house fire early this morning on the far west side.


Marion City and Township firefighters are searching for the cause of a blaze at a commercial recycling facility.

Columbus Division of Police

One of the leaders of the Short North Posse gang has been sentenced to life in prison for several drug-related murders.