Columbus police are searching for a suspect after three people were shot and wounded Sunday near Eastland Mall.

Knox County Sheriff's Office

Knox County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for the cousin of a man found shot to death over the weekend behind a Gaskin Avenue home.


Columbus police have identified the man who was shot in the basement of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch on Sunday.


The state has agreed to pay a Clark County man 110 thousand dollars because a judge refused to release him from prison after his drug conviction was overturned.


The Ohio Department of Agriculture launches its annual effort to prevent the spread of Gypsy Moths this week.


Funeral services are scheduled today for Bill Todd, an attorney and local Republican who died June 4 of pancreatic cancer at the age of 64.


Genoa Township police say a 16-year-old boy rescued from the Hoover Reservoir on Saturday has died.


For the second straight weekend, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has issued an Air Quality Alert for Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Knox, Madison and Licking counties. 


Police officers got some help from the undead during a crowd-management training course.


Wright State University trustees have voted to cut 31 million dollars from the school's fiscal 2018 budget and will lay off more than 50 employees to deal with a projected deficit.


A proposed bailout of Akron-based FirstEnergy's two Ohio nuclear power plants appears to be stalled in the state Legislature.


Ohio State University has hired Butler University men's basketball coach Chris Holtmann to succeed Thad Matta.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich says 700 new jobs are coming to the Dublin area.

Westerville City Council this week approved a six-month moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Lake Erie water levels are nine inches above normal, their highest level since 1998.

Ohio Public Radio

State lawmakers are considering a bill changing the Ohio Bureau of Worker's Compensation.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio lawmakers are considering giving farmers a break on their rising property tax bills.

Marion Police

Marion police have filed murder charges in death of a man whose body was found Wednesday in an Uncapher Avenue home.


An appeals court judge has overturned the conviction of a former Circleville fashion model sentenced for trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband's ex-wife.


Vehicle thefts rose in central Ohio for a second straight year in 2016.


A New Albany interior designer has been sentenced to three months in federal prison for failing to claim 600 thousand dollars in income from a project prosecutors say included fraudulent invoices.

Ohio Public Radio

State lawmakers have been working to find ways to cut 800 million dollars from the two-year state budget bill.

Ohio Public Radio

A controversial abortion bill Governor John Kasich vetoed at the end of last year has been reintroduced in the Ohio legislature.


Buckeye Lake businesses that have seen economic struggles during the replacement of a deteriorating dam are hoping for more development after the project is completed next year.

Logan County Sheriff's Office

A Bellefontaine man was sentenced this week to 11 years in prison for killing his young son in 2007.


Bond is set at 1 million dollars for the teen charged in the January 20th shootings at West Liberty High School in Champaign County.

A study by a pro-charter school group shows open enrollment in public schools helped improve student academic achievement.

The Franklin County Court of Appeals has denied a request by Ohio's largest online charter school operator to block the Ohio Department of Education from collecting 60 million dollars in payments.


President Trump wants to privatize the nation's air traffic control system to save money, and cut travel delays.

associated press

President Trump is promoting the Republican health-care bill called the American Health Care Act, which is  facing uncertain prospects in Congress.