An Ohio man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for robbing and assaulting a U.S. mail carrier.
Supporters of Dayton's Wright Brothers are applauding an Ohio resolution defending the famous aviators' place in history as the first in flight.
Some Democratic state lawmakers say they might vote against the proposed transportation budget because of a provision they say would restrict voting rights.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is back on tour today in the key presidential primary state of New Hampshire.
Existing home sales rose on the local, state and national levels last month.
A new poll shows that Columbus continues to be one of the nation's most gay-friendly cities.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Serices says more than 234 thousand Ohioans signed up for health coverage or renewed health plans in the federally run insurance marketplace during the open enrollment period that ended last month.
Ohio Triple-A says it opposes the proposal to boost the speed limit to 75 mph on the Turnpike and rural interstate highways due to safety concerns.
Bonds have been set for a retired Westerville firefighter and his son, who are facing charges in a string of pharmacy holdups.
The trial of a former Republican state lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain has begun after numerous delays.
Extra counselors will be on hand today in the Trimble Local Schools to help students and staff cope with the suicide of a popular teacher, coach and volunteer firefighter.
A judge has temporarily blocked a new state law sharply restricting cities use of traffic enforcement cameras.
Ohioans have more gaming options now that the state has casinos and video lottery terminals at race tracks.
Columbus police say an officer shot and killed an armed man who attacked while the officer was taking a police report about threats the man's family said he had made against them.
Natural gas is suspected as the cause of a house explosion in Upper Arlington that damaged seven to nine neighboring structures.
Toledo Democrat Jack Ford, a council member and former mayor and state lawmaker known for encouraging political newcomers in whom he saw potential, has died.
The Ohio Ballot Board has unanimously approved petition language for a group that wants to legalize marijuana in Ohio.
The suspended Athens County Sheriff found guilty of more than a dozen public corruption charges has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
The FBI and Columbus police are asking for help identifying a suspect in up to 20 bank robberies between 2013 and this year.
The Ohio Court of Claims has ruled a Cleveland man will receive just over 1 million dollars from the state for wrongfully imprisoning him for 39 years.