Republican Congressman Steve Stivers of Columbus recently reintroduced his measure changing the materials used to make U.S. coins.
Tens of thousands of Ohio veterans have an easier way to prove their eligibility for benefits they've earned through their service.
Every student in the Columbus City Schools will get free lunches when classes resume in the fall.
The former treasurer of the Franklin County Fair is preparing to plead guilty to stealing public funds.
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs has recommended safety director Mitch Brown fire an officer who allegedly abused prescription pills.
Canal Winchester officials say water customers may notice their water is discolored or cloudy, but that it is safe for drinking and bathing.
Cleanup efforts will continue today after strong storms struck throughout the state last night.
The college campus where hundreds of civil rights activists gathered in June 1964 to prepare for registering blacks to vote in racially segregated Mississippi is commemorating the 50th anniversary of that "Freedom Summer."
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has issued new early voting hours for the final days before Election Day following a federal judge's order last week.
The last abortion clinic in Toledo could be shut down by the state soon.
Swimming season is in full swing in Ohio, and experts say it’s important children be taught basic water safety.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is defending Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, after two of her top aides resigned because of concerns about their timesheets.
A Democratic State Representative was sentenced yesterday to one year of probation after pleading no contest to a charge of driving while under the influence.
Republican Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says former Democratic State Representative Dale Mallory is one of the subjects of an investigation into possible ethics violations.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed the midterm budget bill that includes several policy changes.
Columbus city officials say the Santa Maria, the replica of Christopher Columbus' flagship, is being pulled out of the Scioto River to make room for implementation of the Scioto Greenways plan.
State and Mount Vernon fire officials suspect arson is the cause of the early Monday fire that severely damaged the birthplace of Daniel Decatur Emmett, the author of the 1859 song "Dixie.
A Lewis Center man was sentenced to four years in prison yesterday for collecting child pornography.
The former cross country coach at Elgin High School was sentenced yesterday to two weeks in prison and probation for having sex with a teenage boy.
Knox County prosecutors say a Mount Vernon man has pleaded guilty to stabbing and killing an 80-year-old woman last April.