Columbus police say arrest warrants have been issued for two people in connection with the murder of a Southeast side man.
Coshocton County sheriff's deputies are investigating the first death of the state's deer-gun hunting season.
Ohio State University has drained Mirror Lake as part of a study of how to save money and improve the environment.
A Lucas County grand jury has indicted a mother and her former boyfriend in the death of the woman's toddler.
A Blacklick teenager is facing new charges in connection with the death of a friend.
Sunday marked the 25th annual World AIDS Day.
A fund overseen by the Ohio Supreme Court has reimbursed more than 1.1 million dollars in the past year to people ripped off by their attorneys.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says the Thanksgiving holiday in Ohio was slightly more dangerous this year than last.
A high school student in Ohio says there were some scary moments this morning when a disruptive 14-year-old flashed a pellet gun at a police officer, leading to a short standoff.
Programs for disabled Ohioans could lose 30 million dollars due to a dispute between federal and state officials over whether Ohio is complying with federal requirements for such programs.
State officials are reminding Ohioans that they have until Dec. 7 to find Medicare coverage or switch plans under the government's program for seniors and the disabled.
Online retailers are preparing for a huge rush of shopping as the holiday weekend wraps up.
State officials say the unemployment rate in the Columbus area fell four tenths of a point from September to 6.1 percent last month.
Republicans and Democrats in Columbus are launching a joint effort to explore hosting a national political convention.
Consumer and business groups continue to oppose a bill governing utilities after its sponsor removed a provision that would have eliminated the state's renewables targets by year's end.
The Mount Vernon Middle School science instructor who refused to remove religious materials from his classroom wants the Ohio Supreme Court to reconsider its decision upholding his dismissal.
Democratic Lieutenant Governor Candidate Eric Kearney is facing more tax trouble.
Ohio's insurance director is blasting the latest delay in the rollout of the federal health care law.
Some state lawmakers are urging the governor to change requirements for food assistance.
State officials yesterday celebrated the signing of a resolution directed at their colleagues in Washington.