Re-Trial Of Former UC Policeman On Schedule For May

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A judge says the retrial of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer in the death of an unarmed black man is on course to begin May 25.   

A statewide think tank that studies health, education and economic issues is presenting data on Ohioans in a new way – taking it directly to state lawmakers. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports. 

Ohio's elections chief has identified an additional 385 non-citizens who are registered to vote in the presidential battleground state, including 82 who cast ballots in at least one election.  

Ohio Bill Would Require Presidential Disclosure Of Tax Returns

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 bill has been introduced in the Ohio Legislature that would require candidates for President and Vice President to disclose their tax returns in order to get on the statewide presidential ballot. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.  

Columbus police have ruled out foul play in the death of a man found in a creek over the weekend.

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police have identified a suspect in last week's double-shooting on Lilley Avenue.

Mason Police

Columbus police have filed charges against a man for beating and killing another man last November in a North Linden home.


Dozens of people are staying in an emergency shelter at Ohio University after a fire last night destroyed an apartment complex near the campus in Athens.

Columbus police continue working to identify the body of a man found late Saturday in a creek near Westerville Road and State Route 161.


Franklin County Sheriff's deputies have identified the body of a woman found in a trash bin partially submerged in Big Darby Creek.


Sheriff's deputies in San Diego, California say a Columbus woman was killed in a car fire in suburban Lakeside earlier this week.


Two students are facing charges after a video circulated online last month that appeared to show two students engaging in a sex act at South High School.

patton family

The family of a man shot to death by a Columbus police officer is disputing the police division's version of what happened.

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Ohio Governor John Kasich says there is no animosity between him and President Trump, his former campaign rival.

Ohio Public Radio

Republican federal lawmakers are defending their choice not to attend public forums with their constituents. 

Akron-based FirstMerit Bank's transition to Columbus-based Huntington Bank is making life difficult for some customers. 


Some retailers worried that a contentious proposed tax on imports would hurt business have voiced concerns to an Ohio Republican congress member who is  on a tax-writing legislative committee.


Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a deadly house fire in Marion. 


The Columbus YWCA this week took the wraps off of its renovated South 4th Street facility.

Karen Kasler

Ohio Governor John Kasich is spending the weekend in Washington D.C.