Columbus Public Health officials say the number of syphilis cases in Franklin County are up 40-percent over the past 18 months - a rate three-times higher than in the rest of the state.
The Columbus Blue Jackets open training camp today and the front office has begun publicly posturing in contract talks with restricted free agent center Ryan Johansen.
Columbus police officials are investigating a veteran officer for possibly stealing gasoline paid for by the city.
Sentencing is pending for the Pickerington North High School girls basketball coach who pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence.
A family-owned business in Grandview Heights will be closing this fall.
The U.S. Census Bureau says the number of Ohioans without health insurance fell by 47 thousand during the past year.
Blendon Township police have identified the body found in Hoover Reservoir on Tuesday.
A Lewis Center woman has pleaded guilty to federal charges of making false statements on real estate closing documents.
Several Ohio Earthquakes have been linked to fracking, but Ohioans so far have mostly passed on purchasing earthquake insurance.
Ohio Democratic Party chair Chris Redfern says the Kasich Administration is lying about its involvement with a California consumer protection case against a North Canton millionaire.
Backers of a bill that would ban abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected rallied at the Statehouse yesterday, trying to convince Ohio lawmakers to pass the measure introduced three years ago.
The Ohio Department of Education is investigating complaints of testing irregularities at two charter schools - the Horizon Science Academies in Cincinnati and Columbus.
A federal judge has ruled that voters arrested and jailed the weekend before Election Day must be given a chance to cast an absentee ballot.
The Columbus City School Board was scheduled to get a briefing last night about a state pilot program that could allow parents to force a wholesale staffing change at low-performing schools.
For the first time in more than 35 years, the major party gubernatorial candidates won’t meet in a face-to-face debate.
Hundreds of recovering drug and alcohol addicts took part in a rally earlier today at the Ohio Statehouse.
Columbus City Council last night voted to extend a moratorium on issuing any new parking permits in the Short North and Italian Village until December 31st.
Three candidates for state auditor debated at the City Club of Cleveland yesterday over JobsOhio, charter schools and local government funding.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say a Galloway teenager was shot and killed while breaking into a neighbor's home on Sunday.
Sentencing is pending for the husband of Fairfield County's former clerk of courts.