Arkansas Attorney General's Office

Central Ohio realtors plan to offer a new feature aimed at improving the safety of real estate agents, after an Arkansas real estate agent was kidnapped and killed in late 2014.

Ohio State lost out on a highly-rated defensive back to Florida State, otherwise a recruiting class that came into Tuesday's signing day figuring to be one of the best in the country ended it as just that.

USA Today

A U.S. Navy SEAL from Ohio who helped rescue an American hostage in Afghanistan will be the nation's next Medal of Honor recipient.

A sentencing date is pending for a Franklin County man convicted in connection with his roommate's death.

Peterson Family via Franklin County Sheriff's Office

The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has ruled in favor of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and several deputies who were sued by the estate of a man found dead in the county jail in 2011.

City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati police will be using data on past crimes to help reduce violence.

Columbus City Council last night approved legislation to sell more than 48.4 million dollars in limited and unlimited tax bonds.

Danville Police

A Knox County grand jury has indicted the man accused of shooting and killing Danville police officer Thomas Cottrell last month.

The City Council in Grove City is considering a ban on sales from puppy mills.

Hundreds of Perry County residents have been evacuated to an emergency shelter because of a gas leak.

A gun-control group backed by billionaire Michael Bloomberg says it is not supporting a call by Democratic U.S. Senate candidate P.G. Sittenfeld asking voters to restore control over state gun laws to cities.

Over 18,000 Central Ohio voters will be directed to new polling places for the March primary.  

Business, government and environmental activists are asking authorities to take more steps to protect the health of Lake Erie. Jim Letizia reports.  

The CVS drug store chain will carry the heroin overdose antidote naloxone at its Ohio stores.

Dozens of low-income, disabled and senior residents of an east side apartment complex are looking for new homes after being evicted.

Columbus fire officials are searching for the cause of Sunday's blaze that destroyed the KTC Buddhist Center on Grubb Street.

Two Ohio lawmakers want to create an awareness day about communication disorders and name it for the wife of former astronaut and former Democratic U.S. Senator John Glenn of Ohio.

City of Columbus

Columbus has seen little improvement in its recruitment of minority and female firefighters and police officers.

A central Ohio seminary student arrested in California last week on suspicion of intending to travel to Mexico to have sex with a toddler or baby is scheduled to be arraigned today.


A local cancer expert says he's hopeful about the new "Moonshot" initiative to find a cure.