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.
Columbus Public Health officials say samples taken from young children and sent to the Centers for Disease Control have so far tested negative for Enterovirus D68.
Hundreds of parents of Reynoldsburg schools students rallied last night outside the district's offices, urging the school board to make a deal with the teachers union in order to avoid a strike.
More than 400 people are expected to rally at the Statehouse Tuesday in support of an embattled charter school management company and its chain of academies.
Westerville police have arrested a high school student following a threat of a school shooting scrawled on a school bathroom wall a week ago.
A man has pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder, robbery and other charges in the deaths of four men at their homes in Bucyrus.
Officials are drawing attention to the potential hazards of falling for older Ohioans as a state effort marks its anniversary.
Among the five statewide offices on the ballot this fall is the Secretary of State.
A federal appeals court has declined to suspend a judge's order expanding early voting in Ohio this fall while the state seeks to reverse the ruling.
A federal judge has agreed to quickly hear a complaint brought by Ohio Libertarians tossed from the fall ballot.
Nearly 500 veterans showed up at the VFW post in west Akron this week for Summit County's annual "stand down.
Former Chillicothe Police Chief Roger Moore has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city, in an attempt to get his job back.
The Ohio Department of Education says the Columbus City Schools met only 2 of 24 academic performance standards last year.
Columbus police say Clifford Opperud has been taken into custody. The original story is below.
Columbus safety director Mitch Brown is retiring in the wake of criticism of the way his office handled thousands of calls to the city's 311 complaint center.
Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says President Obama's plan for action against Islamic State militants has been "overdue," and he wants to see the follow-through for an aggressive, long-term effort.
Foreclosures declined by 5 percent in central Ohio last month.