The Ohio Attorney General's office says dozens of cars, trucks and farming equipment have been investigated and will be returned to the relatives of eight Pike County family members who were slain earlier this year.


A Kentucky man who aligned himself with the hacker group Anonymous has pleaded guilty to conspiring to hack an online account to draw attention to the 2012 Steubenville high school rape case

Sales of existing homes in October rose on the national and state levels, but declined on the local level.

Columbus-based Huntington Bancshares will get city tax breaks to convert a vacant Cleveland Avenue grocery store into an office building with 14 hundred workers.

Columbus Division of Police

The accomplice of Tyre King has pleaded guilty to a robbery that happened just before police shot and killed King earlier this year.

Columbus police have identified the man shot and killed last night in the parking lot of a West Broad Street fast food restaurant.


Jailed Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer has changed his plea to guilty to charges of stealing prescription drugs and misspending department funds.


A central Ohio nonprofit organization that buys and rehabilitates abandoned homes has finished its first renovation.

Columbus City Council last night approved a 6-year, 55 percent income tax break for a manufacturer to move 57 jobs from the Linden area into downtown.


Columbus City Council last night approved a "food action plan" that's been two years in the making.


Columbus police have used a 40 thousand dollar U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant to purchase high-tech audio equipment that will help control rowdy crowds.

At least two people are facing charges after an anti-Trump protest last night in downtown Columbus.

The American Automobile Association predicts more than 2 million Ohioans will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving holiday, an increase of 2 percent from last year and the highest number since 2005.

University of Cincinnati researchers predict a 1.54 percent increase in Ohio holiday retail shopping this year, a rate lower than in recent years.

WCBE files

A man who spent years on death row for a double murder he didn't commit is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to rule for a second time he may continue to sue the state for wrongful imprisonment.


Republican State Senator Peggy Lehner is pushing back against allegations by a political blog that she has a conflict of interest regarding charter schools. 


Ohio Board of Education member A.J. Wagner has resigned because he's leaving the state.


Ohio State University would let the state auditor review its operations if lawmakers give him the explicit authority to review the performance of state colleges and universities.


Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has been subpoenaed to appear in a videotaped deposition in a civil lawsuit against the Pilot Flying J truck-stop chain he and his family own.

Licking County Sheriff's Office

A Newark woman has been charged with causing a fatal traffic crash last spring.