ISIS is claiming responsibility for Monday's attack at Ohio State University. 

Newark Police

A Newark woman will serve seven years in prison after admitting she set fire to her family's home last February.

Lima Police

Five people have been arrested in connection with the death of a Zanesfield man. 

Advocates on both sides of a proposed bill in the Ohio House to relax restrictions on gun-free zones are wasting no time in weighing in on yesterday's attack at Ohio State University by a knife wielding student. 


Classes resume today at Ohio State University, less than 24 hours after an attack left eleven people injured and the attacker dead.

A Columbus woman convicted of using money from a startup charter school to purchase luxury vehicles and other items  has been sentenced to three years in prison.

The Franklin County land bank, the Columbus land bank and the Central Ohio Community Improvement Corporation plan to spend nearly 21 million dollars to demolish more than 11 hundred vacant and abandoned homes by the year 2020.

The Ohio Highway Patrol says fewer motorists were killed on the roads over this year's Thanksgiving holiday period than in recent years. 

Safety officials at Ohio State University say they believe only one person carried out today's attack near the university’s chemical engineering building.

OSU police chief Craig Stone describes the timeline of events.

Ohio State University sent an "active shooter on campus" this morning, urging students and faculty to shelter in place.  According to reports, a vehicle crashed into Watts Hall this morning around 9:30, and Columbus Fire responded to suspicions of a possible chlorine leak.  Shortly after that, an individual within the building began to attack people.  Fire officials say nine people have been taken to the hospital; one is in critical condition, while the others are considered stable.   

Columbus police have identified the woman found stabbed to death at an east side apartment complex early Sunday.


State officials say Ohio is making new investments to support innovative transportation technology, like a self-driving truck that will begin traveling this week on U.S. Route 33 and the Ohio Turnpike.


State lawmakers are considering leglislation consolidating oversight of efforts to battle toxic algae in Lake Erie.

The Better Business Bureau has some tips to protect consumers who shop online this holiday season.

Bellefontaine Examiner

Logan County Sheriff's deputies have identified the man found dead in his home on Thanksgiving.

Passenger traffic rose last month at Columbus' two airports.

A court has dismissed an appeal by Ohio's largest online charter school of a ruling allowing the state to use the amount of time students are logged in to calculate enrollment and funding.


Ohio school officials and education experts are waiting to see what President-Elect Trump’s choice for Secretary of Education will mean in a state that pioneered school vouchers. 

Columbus police have arrested two teenagers in connection with Tuesday night's double-shooting in the parking lot of a West Broad Street fast food restaurant.


The race for an Ohio Supreme Court seat between Republican Pat Fischer and Democrat John O'Donnell is now officially over.