Federal authorities are now investigating a third former Reynoldsburg police officer for stealing cash, drugs and property and falsifying search warrants for ten years.

The Central Ohio Transit Authority recently fired a bus driver who kicked a gay passenger off her bus in June.

Fired Ohio State marching band director Jon Waters says he is weighing his legal options after the Ohio Court of Claims dismissed his defamation lawsuit against the university. 

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals in Cincinnati has reinstated Ohio's lawsuit against lender Freddie Mac accusing it of defrauding a pension fund by systematically investing in sub-prime home loans.

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled a nonprofit property management company created by a charter school may not claim a school-related property tax exemption. 

Licking County Sheriff's Office

Bond is set at 1 million dollars for a former state prison guard charged with killing her boyfriend.

Drinking fountains at a Franklin County school have been turned off after tests found high levels of lead in the water.


Two central Ohio companies are listed in the annual "Fortune 500" rankings of the world's top revenue-generating firms.

Columbus police are investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found in the middle of an east side road.

Madison County Sheriff's Office

The former Mount Sterling village administrator was charged Tuesday with racketeering, theft in office, money laundering, tampering with records and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.

Attorneys for the Bellefontaine woman accused of suffocating her three young sons will not oppose the genetic testing sought by prosecutors.

Upper Arlington City Council has set August 23rd as the date of an election to recall four council members.

The Justice Department is telling the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in an amicus brief that Ohio's process for maintaining its voter rolls is illegally removing people from them.

The wife of central Ohio televangelist Rod Parsley has been given a suspended jail sentence for violating state election laws.

Hofstra University will host the first 2016 presidential general election debate, after Wright State University withdrew as host Tuesday, citing rising security concerns and costs.

Columbus City Council last night approved two tax breaks for retailer Big Lots to move its headquarters from the west side to the northeast side.

WCBE Files

Prosecutors have dropped assault and domestic violence charges against Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther's father.

Ohio State University kicked running back Bri’onte Dunn off the team last night, hours after a woman filed for a civil protection order against him.

Franklin County Sheriff'

Bond is set at 2 million dollars for the Columbus man charged with shooting his niece and nephew because, prosecutors say, they made too much noise.

A Columbus-based developer has submitted plans to the City of Akron to redevelop the former Rolling Acres Mall property.