Ohio House Approves Medical Marijuana Bill

May 11, 2016

The Ohio House has passed a bill to legalize medical marijuana.

Workers alleging unsafe conditions at the Fuyao Glass plant in Moraine have filed a complaint with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 

Wyandot County Sheriff's Office

The Marion teen who toured a Toledo-area high school while posing as a state senator has been sentenced to three months jail.

Ohio University's decision to require all reports of sexual assault at its rape crisis center to be reported to law enforcement is raising concern from advocates who say fear of police involvement could keep people from seeking help.

Some parents in the New Albany-Plain Local schools  are preparing to fight the implementation of pay-to-play fees.

An Ohio Senate committee has added an amendment to a tax cleanup bill that would override local ordinances regulating pet stores.

Columbus City Council last night approved one business tax break and amended two others.

Columbus police have released the names those killed and injured in a shooting Sunday night.

Columbus police say two people were killed in separate shootings on the south side last night.

State of Ohio

The governor has named a new chair of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

Columbus fire officials say one person sustained critical injuries in a house fire early this morning on the southeast side.

Court documents show Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has agreed to be deposed under specific conditions in civil lawsuits against his truck-stop chain over failing to pay promised fuel rebates.

The Correctional Institution Inspection Committee says the number of state prison inmates increased 15.1 percent from 2005 to 2016.

Columbus police say one person is dead and two are injured after a triple shooting Sunday night at a north side apartment complex.

A former commander at the State Highway Patrol post in Marietta accused of stalking a subordinate's wife after their affair has separately been charged with stealing guns that were in evidence while he was a Delaware police officer.

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled a New York man hit by a foul ball and blinded in one eye at a Cleveland Indians game may seek damages from the club.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A Clintonville man will serve six years in prison after being convicted on a federal child pornography charge.

Some southwest Ohio liquor stores are pulling vodka from their shelves in response to an incident at the Cincinnati airport over the weekend.

Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Reggie Rucker is now facing assault and menacing charges in connection with a fight at a  golf course in Highland Hills last weekend. 

Columbus taxpayers will be on the hook for the fire division response to a blaze at a recycling plant last year.