A new study by researchers at Children's Hospital in Columbus shows thousands of children are taken to emergency rooms with stroller-related injuries each year. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A former Wellington School teacher convicted of recording students with a hidden camera has been released from prison pending his appeals.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

A Wellston man will serve three years of probation after pleading guilty to charges of purchasing the remains of eight Native Americans stolen from a farm.

Columbus Public Health officials say there are now 202 cases of cryptosporidiosis in Columbus and Franklin and Delaware Counties, up from 107 last week.

BBB Offers College Students Tips Against Scammers

Aug 18, 2016

The Better Business Bureau says millenials are more susceptible to scams than any other generation.

More than 200 eastern hellbenders will be released into Ohio streams in an ongoing effort to offset a decline in the endangered aquatic salamander.  

Michelle Faust WCPN

Two of the protesters with the group that burned the American flag outside the Republican National Convention were arraigned today.

A federal bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the century-old Columbus Castings foundry to a New York-based corporate liquidation firm.

Ohio State University says unsafe levels of lead were found in water at five apartments in Buckeye Village.

U.S. Attorney's Office

Another member of the Short North Posse gang has pleaded guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges.


The family of a 74-year-old Columbus woman found dead in a car Monday night says police didn't do enough to find her after she went missing last week.

An animal-related video made by a Columbus man has been pulled off the internet after a national backlash.


Bay Village police are investigating new leads in the 1989 kidnapping and murder of Amy Mihaljevic.

The two major party candidates running for U.S. Senate in Ohio will square off in three debates this fall.

Columbus Division of Police

State Auditor David Yost wants to recover more than 60 thousand dollars in start-up money from operators of two Columbus charter schools that closed nearly three years ago. 


Two days after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke in Youngstown about terrorism, Democratic rival Hillary Clinton was in Cleveland talking about taxes and job creation.

Some Ohio preschools will lose state funding due to a new rule change by the state agency that administers the funds. 

Ohio Public Radio

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Ted Strickland is calling for a halt to the creation of private, for-profit charter schools. 

A Marysville-based lawn products maker has made an unusual purchase. 

A federal bankruptcy judge has indicated he will approve the sale of the century-old Columbus Castings foundry to a New York-based corporate liquidation firm as early as today.