Swedish home furnishing retailer Ikea says it will install three electric-vehicle charging stations at its Polaris store, which is currently under construction.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A Dublin financial advisor has pleaded guilty to defrauding an elderly client.  Jon Schmidhammer pleaded guilty to unlawful securities practices.

A Columbus police officer and another person were shot and wounded last night on the west side.

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Necropsy results show the oldest gorilla in captivity died in January of age-related heart problems.


The Butler County Republican Party is asking State Representative Wes Retherford to resign after he was arrested  over the weekend on driving under the influence and weapons charges. 


A federal appeals court in Hawaii has issued a temporary stay of President Trump's revised travel ban, which affects the majority-muslim nations of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

Three Grant Medical Center security officers have been suspended for allegedly assaulting a black man outside the hospital. 


Influential record producer and Ohio native Tommy LiPuma died Monday at the age of 80.

The City of Columbus will pay a man 50 thousand dollars to settle his lawsuit against police for wrongful arrest and excessive use of force.


Ohio Schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria plans to wait until September to submit the state's education plan to the federal government under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.


Wright State University is being sued by a former consultant who alleges the school did not host last year's first presidential debate because of infighting and staff incompetence.

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus man will now serve 32-and-1/2 years in prison for his role in a fatal drug-related shooting.

Ohio National Guard

Funeral arrangements are pending for an Ohio National Guard soldier who died during training over the weekend. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say the driver who caused a fatal crash last Christmas Eve was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana.

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for making bombs inside of his South Hampton Road home, which exploded.

A quarterly survey of central Ohio employers by Manpower Incorporated shows more hires are planned this spring.

Amazon plans to open a store in the OSU campus area to allow students can pick up the items they've ordered online.


A seven-year-old Ravenna boy is the first in Ohio to undergo a potentially life-saving treatment for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich says he opposes the repeal of the Affordable Care Act proposed by Congressional Republicans because too many residents will lose coverage.

The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation wants to return more than 1 billion dollars of its investment earnings to private and public employers.