Officials say DNA matches have been developed for three of the six people aboard a plane that is believed to have crashed into Lake Erie last month after taking off from Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland.


A federal rule aimed at holding for-profit colleges accountable could get another look if Betsy DeVos becomes U.S. education secretary in the Trump administration.

Columbus Department of Public Utilities officials say a broken water line on Annadale Drive was repaired late last night, 15 hours after residents first reported low water pressure. 

Yellow Springs police have identified the victims of a weekend double murder.


Results of tests conducted by Delaware County health officials show three cases of norovirus in the Olentangy Local Schools.


Ohio-based retailer The Andersons says it'll close its general stores in Columbus amid multimillion-dollar losses in its retail division.


Allen County Sheriff Sam Crish is resigning at the end of January amid a series of personal and legal problems.

Columbus firefighters are investigating a house fire as a possible arson.

Ohio Public Radio

A grassroots effort is underway to raise awareness of women's rights.

Ohio Public Radio

Central Ohio will pause today to remember the life and legacy of slain civil rights activist Doctor Martin Luther King Junior.


The mother of Tamir Rice says she's disappointed a Cleveland police officer who fired the shot that killed her son won't face internal charges for use of force.


Ohio says it has enough lethal injection drugs on hand for a fourth execution this year, but it is staying tight-lipped about additional supplies.

Rice Family

Cleveland officials say internal disciplinary charges have been brought against two caucasian police officers involved in the 2014 killing a 12-year-old African-American boy playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center.

Jo Ingles

As the fight over the Affordable Care Act takes place in Washington D.C., the consequences are being weighed here in Ohio. 

The Miami Trace Local and Washington Court House City Schools are closed today as authorities investigate what they call a security threat.

State of Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich has been warning state tax revenues are below expectations and the upcoming two-year state budget will be tighter than in the past.

WCBE Files

A Columbus man will face a judge today after ten months on the run. 


Buses are back on the streets today in Dayton after Greater Dayton RTA bus drivers and mechanics reached a tentative contract agreement yesterday, ending a strike that began on Monday.

The Columbus City Attorney’s office has filed a complaint in Franklin County Environmental Court against Natalia’s Carry Out on Summit Street, saying it is a hub of illegal activity.

Clark County Sheriff's Office

A Clark County Judge has scheduled a February 9 hearing to determine whether a Springfield teen accused of killing his brother after an argument over Halloween candy will be tried as an adult.