Columbus City Council member Troy Miller says he is resigning at the end of September.
Columbus-based American Electric Power customers could be charged if they decide not to accept one of the utility's "smart meters."
The State Auditor's office is asking the Ohio Ethics Commission to investigate Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo.
A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of stealing mail and using stolen credit cards from that mail.
Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is closer to making a presidential run in 2016.
Police have made an arrest in a shooting last night at a fast food restaurant on East Broad Street.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor is promoting annual cost-of-living increases for judges as a way of keeping them on the bench and making the profession attractive to new candidates.
The city of Toledo is spending nearly 2 million additional dollars this summer on chemicals to neutralize algae toxins at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant.
Columbus police and Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say they arrested 63 people this week during undercover prostitution stings conducted on Parsons Avenue, on the Hilltop and in Franklinton.
The City of Cincinnati is now offering health insurance to municipal employees and their spouses that will cover transgender surgeries.
Sentencing is scheduled on September 19th for a Centerville native who has now pleaded guilty to charges of killing a fellow Purdue University student.
Franklin County prosecutors are reviewing a state audit accusing a former school superintendent of spending public money on himself.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says there will be changes to how city streets are cleared of snow and ice during the winter.
A Madison County judge has sentenced a former Columbus resident to five years probation and six months of house arrest for hitting a West Jefferson police officer with a pickup truck last year.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will soon get a letter demanding an investigation of the shooting of an African-American man by white Beavercreek police officers at a store earlier this month.
A charter bus driver is awaiting sentencing for causing a fatal crash on I-70 last April.
This Missing Adult Alert has been cancelled.
UPDATE: Mr. Rober was located by law enforcement.
Ohio State has rejected the latest appeal for reconsideration by fired marching band director Jonathan Waters.
Pickerington Schools students were dismissed without incident this afternoon, after a phone threat prompted a district wide lockdown.
The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed with Governor John Kasich in a battle over releasing his public schedule.