A judge has sentenced a man accused in the death of a central Ohio child-rape suspect after a jail assault to five years in prison.
An Ohio Senate Committee yesterday approved Governor John Kasich's nominee for state health director, paving the way for a floor-vote.
Majority Republicans in the Ohio General Assembly have elected their slate of leaders for next year's legislative session.
A pending vote from the state’s top education leaders could have major ramifications on local schools.
Officials at Washington Court House High School have banned students from bringing backpacks and cell phones into the building after a string of threats were made on an anonymous social media app.
The rate of family homelessness in central Ohio is rising despite a national decline.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending 150 thousand dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who was accidentally shot by police officers in the Arena District in July of 2012.
The Columbus Police Firearms Review Board says seven officers acted within division policy during a Clintonville shootout in May of last year that killed two people.
A central Ohio man is awaiting extradition from Indiana to face drug dealing charges.
Ohio University will pay 1 million dollars to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a student who died of bacterial meningitis in 2010.
Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve spending 450-thousand dollars on two programs that help underprivileged youth and pregnant women.
Ohio farmers are seeing their property taxes increase at a time when grain prices along with demand for corn and soy beans have declined.
The state plans to invest 10 million dollars to expand housing options for recovering drug addicts.
A lawsuit blames a Bob Evans restaurant's bad meatloaf for the deaths of a former West Virginia state lawmaker and her husband.
Total revenue at Ohio's four casinos rose slightly from September to October, but is down nearly 9 percent compared with a year ago.
Ohio Democrats haven’t had too much to cheer about this week after staggering losses at the polls Tuesday.
The Ohio Supreme Court has settled the question of whether a person be charged with unintentionally trying to commit an intentional murder.
Voters in Mentor and Chagrin Falls on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved ordinances calling on Congress to enact a constitutional amendment declaring corporations are not people and money does not equate to free speech.
A Columbus police officer shot and wounded a man and a woman through the door of a known drug house after the officer's hand was slammed in the door and trapped.
Consultants are telling Franklin County Commissioners major upgrades of the county's water system are needed, and rates could increase as a result.