Organizers of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin say five time champion Tiger Woods will play in the event this year for the 15th time.
The plight of human trafficking in Ohio is multi-layered.
Some Ohio lawmakers say the greatest player in major league baseball has been barred from the sport for far too long.
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is destroying more than 265 tons of ice cream after listeria was found in the production facility and in products last week.
The owner of a Cincinnati restaurant is apologizing for what he now says was a crude joke about former olympic champion Bruce Jenner's transition to becoming a woman.
Columbus City Council last night approved the city's portion of a multi-million dollar contract for resurfacing and repairing a portion of U.S. Route 23.
A chess coach in Lewis Center has been arrested on charges of raping a preschooler.
Ohio Department of Health officials say the likely source of the Lancaster botulism outbreak is home-canned potatoes used in a potato salad.
A court-appointed psychologist says the man accused of a killing two pedestrians when he crashed his vehicle into a school bus in downtown Columbus in December is incompetent to stand trial.
A major outdoor retailer will open a temporary store at Easton Town Center this summer to learn whether a permanent Columbus store would be successful.
The Ohio Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by an abortion rights group over a public records request seeking communication between the Ohio Department of Health and an anti-abortion organization.
An investigation by Columbus police has found several bottles of medications went missing from two fire department ambulances during a 24-hour period in March.
The largest provider of mental health services in Ohio has become the state’s prison system.
Eleven Ohio agencies will receive nearly $1.9 million to help homeless veterans find and maintain permanent housing.
A federal district judge has ruled fired Ohio State University marching band director Jon Waters' lawsuit against the school may proceed.
Another marijuana legalization effort in Ohio has missed its initial state hurdle.
New Albany-based Abercrombie & Fitch is saying goodbye to the beefcake models who greet customers at its doors.
Columbus-based Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream says listeria has been found in other pints and in its local production facility.
Newly released campaign finance reports in the Columbus mayoral race contain no surprises.
Ohio Department of Health officials say they are closer to finding the source of botulism that killed one person and sickened many more after a church picnic in central Ohio last weekend.