The attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels says his client was arrested last night during a performance at a Columbus strip club for letting patrons touch her in a non-sexual manner.

A Blacklick woman has been indicted for stealing 26 thousand dollars from the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. 

A Reynoldsburg man has been sentenced to five years in prison in  a 1.4 million dollar investment-fraud scheme. 

The Dublin school board is asking voters in November to approve a 5.9 mil operating levy.

The Shawnee Hills village council Monday upheld Mayor Pat Monahan recommendation that police chief Russell Barron get a three-day suspension for using a donated vehicle while off duty, drinking and lying about it.

Delaware County health officials say lab testing has confirmed the norovirus is responsible for sickening six people who ate at a Shawnee Hills restaurant. 


The Ohio Board of Education has delayed until November a vote to change state school report cards. 

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Senate has approved its version of a bill to overhaul the payday lending industry. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ground was broken Monday on a state vehicle testing facility in East Liberty. 

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Senate has introduced amendments to a House-passed payday lending bill. 

The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood donations, citing a shortage caused by a drop in donors and drives during the Indepedence Day holiday week.

Columbus City Council last night approved a pair of income tax breaks for a poultry processing equipment maker to move and expand its east side facility.

Macedonia Mayor Joseph Migliorini has resigned after being charged with assaulting a woman in Florida. 

A Franklin County judge Monday extended the temporary restraining order issued last month halting enforcement of the City of Columbus' new gun regulations. 

Associated Press

 Former Ohio State University athletic director Andy Geiger says he doesn't recall any complaints during his tenure about a former team doctor's alleged sexual misconduct with athletes. 

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says he's making extra efforts to help voters remain registered, after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state's voter roll purging process.

Republican Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine has recused himself from a case over how the state calculated funding for the now-defunct online charter school operator The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, five months after it was argued. 

A dozen activists protesting immigration restrictions were arrested following an action that temporarily shut down a street in downtown Columbus this morning. 

Ohio will spend more than half of its 75 million dollar share of the national legal settlement over Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal on technology to reduce air pollution.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has named a new director for the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. 

Ohio Public Radio

Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates Mike DeWine and Rich Cordray have released plans for how to help children succeed.

An Urbana native and University of Wisconsin wrestler died in a vehicle crash in Illinois last week. 

Whitehall Police

Whitehall police say a man died in a house fire Saturday after attacking members of his family.

U.S. Attorney's Office

A federal judge Friday sentenced a Columbus man to more than six years in prison following his conviction for trying to help the Islamic State group.

Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says he's concerned about the impact President Trump's tariff battles will have on Ohio's economy. 


Groups that want to put two constitutional amendments on the fall ballot submitted thousand of petition signatures to state officials this week. 

Ohio Public Radio

After failing to qualify candidates for the state ballot in the last two election cycles, Libertarians have submitted more than 100 thousand petition signatures to put the party designation back on the ballot. 

Ohio had the fourth largest number of job cuts during the first half of the year, according to a new analysis by the executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas

The Ohio Power Siting Board has recommended the state allow construction of a 126 million dollar, six-turbine wind farm on Lake Erie with conditions.   

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

The Ohio Supreme Court without comment has denied a death row inmates motion to stay his execution.