The U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration says a rubber-hose manufacturer in Bellefontaine is facing a proposed 134 thousand dollar fine for 11 worker safety violations.
An Ohio State University drum major coach accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his home was reprimanded by the school last year for sending an inappropriate text message.
A former Ohio Lottery Commission employee has been indicted on charges of stealing 115 thousand dollars in instant lottery tickets and cashing 70 thousand dollars worth of winners in 2012 and 2013.
Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is criticizing a new federal lawsuit against the state's voting procedures as politically motivated.
Akron-based FirstEnergy is pushing a plan that would result in higher electric bills for the next three years.
A nuclear power plant has been shut down after a steam leak was found in a non-radioactive portion of the plant in northwest Ohio.
An African-American state lawmaker and former Columbus City Council member is drafting a bill requiring police officers to wear body cameras.
Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic says he'll resign May 31, citing a dispute with a city council member and the Akron Beacon Journal newspaper.
This Saturday is the national "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, conducted by the union representing U.S. Postal Service letter carriers.
The former treasurer of the Watkins Memorial High School Band Boosters Club in Pataskala has changed his plea and now admits he stole thousands of dollars from the organization.
The state spends 900 million dollars on charter schools.
Ohio State University plans to freeze in-state undergraduate tuition next year.
The Ohio State University student killed while walking in the downtown area last year has been awarded her degree posthumously.
A proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana and hemp in Ohio has cleared the first step on the path to making the ballot.
Fired Ohio State University marching band director Jon Waters filed a new lawsuit today claiming the university has so damaged his reputation that he cannot get work "despite his previous renown."
Newark police say a suspect shot by police late Wednesday had altered a BB gun to make it look like a firearm and deliberately tried to provoke officers.
Mansfield police say the home where a man was shot and killed by officers after a 26-hour standoff contained loaded assault weapons, ammunition and survivalist bags with food and medical supplies.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission says revenue in April declined from March but was slightly higher than a year ago.
The Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission has issued the region's first air quality alert in nearly two years.
Ohio Inspector General Randall Meyer has completed his investigation of claims the governor’s office swayed water quality permit decisions based on political pressure.