Associated Press

The Maumee man charged with driving a car into a crowd of protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges.

The City of Columbus and Franklin County are teaming up to provide funding for a struggling program providing clean syringes and other services for drug users.

The local man charged charged with dousing former finacee Judith Malinowsi with gasoline and setting her on fire has pleaded guilty to an aggravated murder charge. 

H.C. McEntire

After 3 releases fronting the band Mount Moriah, H.C. McEntire unveiled her first solo effort earlier this year. Her tour kicks off Friday night in Columbus. McEntire also visits WCBE Friday morning for a Live From Studio A session. 

Ohio Public Radio

New puppy mill regulations will take effect in a few weeks, after Governor John Kasich signed a compromise bill into law last Friday.

A Muslim-American radio host has received a court judgment in his favor in his lawsuit against the publisher of a Worthington-based neo-Nazi website who did not response to the case in court.

Officials at University Hospitals in Cleveland say patients at their fertility clinic knew they could lose their frozen eggs and embryos. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Columbus police say they've thwarted a murder-for-hire plot.  

A Marion man was shot and wounded by police yesterday during what authorities say was a domestic violence incident. 

Ohio Public Radio

Records show more than 200 courts have failed to respond to Governor John Kasich's executive order seeking more information on their history with the national background check database.

A law firm representing Ohio State University says an investigative team unsuccessfully sought an interview with Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan about sexual abuse allegations two decades ago.

While many Ohioans are enjoying picnics, parades and fireworks, members of a group that wants to put a proposed ballot issue before voters this fall are working to meet the July 4thdeadline.

Karen Kasler

The Ohio Attorney General has filed an argument in court claiming the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s agreements with its management and software service companies constitute a pattern of corrupt activity. 

Christian Howes

The 16th Annual Creative Strings Workshop and Festival continues today featuring string players from all over the world in Columbus for educational clinics and performances.

The state's largest fireworks display is tonight. 

State and local authorities have released an artist's depiction of a woman found dead outside the Kahiki restaurant in Coumbus in 1999 who has never been identified.

State officials are investigating the deaths of the owners of two Circleville businesses found on their boat docked at Bay Point Resort and Marina in Marblehead on Sunday. 

Vargas Family

A Columbus resident has become the second woman to seek sancturary from federal immigration agents in a local church.  

Ohio Public Radio

The state is now offering Real ID driver's licenses, as part of new federal security regulations for traveling on commercial domestic flights.  

Associated Press

Justice Department and FBI personnel say they foiled a suspected terrorist attack on the City of Cleveland by an American citizen. 

Triple-A is predicting nearly 47 million Americans, including two million Ohioans, will travel 50 or more miles from home over the Independence Day holiday. 

 Fireworks are things state officials say are illegal in Ohio and should be left to professionals. 

The City of Columbus has extended the operating hours of four recreation centers to provide a place to cool off during the extreme heat.

The City of Columbus has opened a facility to in part show off  technological innovations in transportation.

An African-American Ohio lawmaker who says security at the Statehouse has inappropriately stopped her several times has filed a complaint with the state Civil Rights Commission. 

The state has yet to spend any of the 5 million dollars allocated this year for services for troubled youth at-risk of being removed from their homes or entering the juvenile justice or foster-care systems.

A class-action lawsuit has been filed with the Ohio Court of Claims against CVS Caremark and the Ohio Department of Health over a mailing that may have publicly disclosed the identities of 6 thousand  HIV patients. 

A state auditor's report looking at opioids' impact on Ohio's Medicaid program shows the number of recipients with an opioid-related diagnosis rose by 430 percent from 2010 to 2016. 

Ohio Public Radio

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling on union laws caused a national stir and sent a shock wave to labor groups in Ohio. 

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Attorneys for a condemned Ohio killer are criticizing Governor John Kasich's decision to deny clemency ahead of his scheduled July 18 execution.