A growing number of corporations are dropping or reducing their sponsorship of next month's Republican National Convention in Cleveland, according to a report by Bloomberg News.

Karen Kasler

Ohio Governor John Kasich has vetoed a bill that would have required voters to post a cash bond if they want a court to order polling places to stay open late on Election Day. 

Indianapolis City Schools

The Dayton school board has chosen Rhonda Corr to be the district's next superintendent.

Foreclosure activity in central Ohio decline last month.

Ohio's unemployment rate is now 5.1 percent, down one-tenth of a point from April.

Ohio State University has changed its mind and will allow its mascot to march in the Columbus pride parade this weekend.

Foster-care eligibility in Ohio has been extended to age 21 under a new law intended to provide more support for those youths as they move into adulthood.

Lancaster Police

A Lancaster man has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to killing his wife in January of last year.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has posted warning signs at Buckeye Lake boat ramps after tests conducted last week show high levels of algae toxins in the water.

Toxic emissions from oil and gas wells are linked to negative health effects such as respiratory ailments, cancer and fetal defects.

Family photo via Columbus Division of Police

Several community groups are stepping up their calls for an independent review of a fatal officer-involved shooting.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio is siding with abortion protesters over the proposed creation of 15-foot buffer zones around Columbus clinics.

Delaware County Sheriff's Office

A Columbus woman has been indicted on charges of stealing hundreds of pieces of jewelry from nursing home residents in Delaware and Franklin counties.

The Ohio Department of Education is pushing legislation that would makes changes to a state program offering free college credit to middle- and high-schoolers.

Columbus is one of 15 local and state governments who will share in a 46.6 million dollar federal grant to remove lead-based paint and other hazards in 31 hundred low-income homes.

Brutus Buckeye will not be marching as planned in this weekend's Pride parade through downtown Columbus.  

Appalachia ohio Alliance

The Appalachia Ohio Alliance will dedicate the newest nature preserve along the Scioto River on June 18. 

Andy Chow Ohio Public Radio

In responding to the shootinga in Orlando, Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio wanted to make clear where he stood on selling guns to suspected terrorists.

State officials say an unprecedented number of Ohioans now have licenses to carry concealed handguns.

Columbus fire officials say for the fifth time this year, children started a residential fire.