A Columbus couple has purchased a West Virginia island for 60 thousand dollars.  

Columbus Division of Police

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force this past Tuesday executed a search warrant at the home of a Columbus Police sergeant who was relieved of duty.

Authroties have arrested the Dublin man suspected of supplying the fentanyl that killed a 17-year-old girl at a Grandview Heights home last March. 

A convicted killer whose execution was delayed because of a juror’s letter won’t be put to death. 

There have been court challenges by rejected applicants, inspections issues and other problems in putting the state’s medical marijuana program into effect.

Columbus Public Health reports a spike in rat sightings in the Linden, Clintonville, south side and Hilltop neighborhoods.

Sentencing is scheduled Tuesday for the Champaign County teen convicted this week of killing his father's girlfriend. 

Ohio's unemployment rate was 4.5 percent in June, up two-tenths of a point from May. 

Clean energy advocates have released a new report on the growth of the industry and why it's important to strengthen standards and investments in renewables.

Dublin police have identified the body found Wednesday in a home in the 5700 block of Ennishannon Place. 

Runoff Regulations For Farm Fertilizers Delayed

Jul 19, 2018

A panel largely appointed by Republican Governor John Kasich has delayed immediate action on his executive order intensifying Ohio's efforts to fight toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie.  

Dove Shore

This spring, musician Chris Stills released his first new material in more than a decade. With his parents finding fame in the music industry in different parts of the world, Stills developed multicultural influences and carved out his own sound. 

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus police spokesperson has been relieved of duty amid a criminal investigation. 

 Columbus leaders have announced a new tax abatement strategy designed to increase affordable housing stock.

Fairfield County Commissioners have approved placing a 10 year, 1.1 mill levy for the county Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board on the November ballot. 

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Ohio has put to death a killer sentenced to die for stabbing and strangling a man he met in a bar in 1985.

The Columbus city attorney has recommended police not enforce the state law cited to arrest porn start Stormy Daniels last week. 

Ohio Public Radio

Farmers are criticizing Ohio Governor John Kasich’s executive order to implement tougher regulations on farm fertilizer runoff.

The City of Columbus is again delaying implimentation of it's plan to regulate parking in the Short North.

Democrats are calling on the state to release some of the 2.7 billion dollars in its Rainy Day Fund.  

Ohio Public Radio

Ohioans will have a chance to learn new job skills through the state's public library system. 

Last year, Columbus City Council commissioned Ohio State University's College of Social Work to evaluate the human services available in central Ohio for immigrant and refugee populations. 

The City of Columbus plans to distribute 800 prescription medication disposal bags.

Texas A&M University officials say U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry wasn't involved in a 2.5 billion dollar nuclear weapons lab contract that partly went to his alma mater.

Former Ohio State defensive end Mike Kudla has died at the age of 34. 

Associated Press

The law firm investigating allegations that a late Ohio State University physician sexually abused students has documentation about at least one incident that prompted a complaint to a student health center official in the 1990s.

Dayton Literary Peace Prize officials have chosen John Irving as this year's recipient of the Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award.

The City of Columbus will purchase a 685 thousand dollar piece of crime fighting technology.

Former Cuayhoga County Auditor Frank Russo, who is serving a 22 year prison sentence on corruption charges, is asking a federal judge to reduce his sentence.

Officials at University Hospitals in Cleveland are asking a judge to issue a gag order in lawsuits against its fertility clinic.