Authorities want the public's help finding the person who spray painted words including "Go Home," "Trump America" and (Muslim) "terrorist" on a vehicle belonging to someone of Middle Eastern descent in Cincinnati's Sayler Park neighborhood.

Kent State University has reiterated it cannot accommodate a request to allow a white nationalist to speak in early May as part of his campus tour. 

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Republican Party has voted to endorse Attorney General Mike DeWine as their gubernatorial candidate.

A federal judge has granted class action status to workers suing Chinese glass maker Fuyao over pay practices at it's Moraine plant.

Siemens says it will close its plant in Mount Vernon, costing 400 people their jobs. 


The Ohio Attorney General's office has filed a lawsuit against chemical giant DuPont over the company's decades-long release of C8 into the Ohio River from it's Washington Works Plant in West Virginia.

A former Circleville fashion model whose murder conviction was tossed out by a judge is scheduled to appear in court again next Wednesday.

Shawnee Hills police chief Russell Baron has been charged with OVI.

An attorney for white supremacist Richard Spencer has given Kent State University until the end of the day today to allow him to speak in May or face a lawsuit.  

Hilliard Police

The Hilliard teen convicted of plotting a mass shooting at Davidson High School in 2016 has been sentenced to four years in prison.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has delayed next week's scheduled execution of death row inmate Raymond Tibbits. 

Several central Ohio health departments are reporting an increase in cases of the flu. 

Logan County Sheriff's Office

The former Indian Lake schools superintendent charged with raping a young girl has accepted a plea bargain. 

WCBE files

The Columbus Board of Education has scheduled a vote on Monday night to approve a list of three semifinalists to become the district's next superintendent.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says the company building the Rover and Nexus natural gas pipelines across northern Ohio may resume drilling under the Tuscarawas River, where mud and fluid has been spilled twice in the last two years.

The city council in the Summit County town of Green last night approved a settlement with developers of the Nexus natural gas pipeline.  

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Senate has approved a bill making the state's temporary sales tax holiday permanent. 

Ohio Public Radio

A former infantry field surgeon-turned-venture capitalist has made an 11th-hour entry into the gubernatorial race.

A citizens' group for the third time is proposing a ballot issue changing Columbus City Council from an at-large election system to a ward system. 

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio Supreme Court has made two rulings involving separate but related abortion cases. 

State income tax collections for January exceeded projections.

Arraignment is scheduled today for the Columbus man charged with causing a traffic crash last year that killed an ACLU of Ohio official. 

Columbus police say one person was killed and another critically injured following a double-stabbing last night on the north side.

Columbus City Council last night approved the city's nearly 900 million dollar budget for the year. 

The Ohio Attorney General's office says investigations of human trafficking cases rose last year to the highest level since the state began keeping track of those numbers in 2013. 

A lawsuit by the Ohio Association of Public School Employees aims to block a planned freeze on cost-of-living increases that would affect nearly 80 thousand retired school workers.

The number of transplants using organs from people who fatally overdosed on drugs is rising in central Ohio and the nation. 

The state is eliminating two panels created to help regulate ownership of exotic animals after a suicidal Muskingum County man released lions, tigers and other creatures from his farm in 2011. 

Ohio Public Radio

A deal has been reached on a Congressional redistricting plan.

A woman who accused candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign of sexually harassing her more than a decade ago is running for a seat in the Ohio Legislature.