The Central Ohio chapter of the American Red Cross is asking for blood donations, saying the need is expected to increase over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Activists in Columbus trying to stop fracking and related activities today submitted more than 13 thousand petition signatures to get a ban onto the November ballot.
Two psychologists have reached different opinions on whether a motorist is competent to stand trial for a downtown Columbus crash that led to the deaths of two pedestrians last December.
Columbus city attorney Rick Pfeffer says the city's contract with a red-light traffic camera company embroiled in a federal bribery investigation was properly awarded and later modified.
The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to replace the I-70 bridge over I-270 on the West side badly damaged yesterday when an overturned tanker truck carrying ethanol caught fire and forced closures.
The Ohio Department of Education is starting work on a new series of student tests to be administered in the upcoming school year.
A Gahanna man has pleaded guilty to causing a crash that killed one pedestrian and injured another last August.
The 12th Ohio District Court of Appeals has agreed with a West Jefferson woman who said her parking citation should be dismissed because the village ordinance was missing a comma.
Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the new two-year state budget proposal, which was substantially different than his original plan.
State lawmakers have sent a proposal to the fall ballot that would ban constitutional monopolies, an effort with the potential to scuttle marijuana legalization in the state.
A group that wants to put a marijuana legalization plan on this fall’s ballot has turned in its petition signatures to the Ohio Secretary of State’s office.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has awarded tax breaks to five companies that promise to create 630 central Ohio jobs.
Columbus police have identified the woman found dead in the parking lot of an apartment complex Sunday night.
A former Steubenville High School football player found guilty of delinquency counts in the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl will attend Hocking College this fall.
The celebration of the folk artist whose work focused on her childhood neighborhood in Columbus will continue next month.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled Arizona may allow an independent commission to oversee the drawing of congressional district lines.
An Ohio Senate panel is weighing potential changes to an anti-monopoly proposal that potentially could block marijuana legalization this fall.
A former Columbus City Schools administrator has pleaded no contest to multiple charges filed in the wake of the district's attendance data rigging scandal.
The state of Ohio has announced rules for testing lethal injection drugs ahead of executions if it obtains specialty batches of the drugs.
Gov. John Kasich is ready to run for president – he’s scheduled his campaign kick off for a few weeks from now at his alma mater.