Ashland police have released the name of one of two women found dead inside of a home on Tuesday.

Columbus police officers responding to a report of an armed robbery shot and killed a 13-year-old boy who they say pulled a gun from his waistband last night.

The cost of the restoration of Cincinnati's historic Union Terminal is expected to be 900 thousand dollars above original projections. 

Sharonville's fire chief has resigned amid a prostitution scandal. 

A Columbus man is awaiting sentencing after a Franklin County jury's split verdict in his murder trial.

Cincinnati police are not identifying the group that they say has taken responsibility for a recent string of bomb threats in the area, including one made Monday against Walnut Hills High School.

Nearly two-dozen Columbus high school seniors could get free tuition at Denison University.

Columbus Public Health officials are considering enacting new rules for people who raise chickens at their homes.

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An 18-year-old suspected gang member has been sentenced to nearly 175 years in prison for his role in a quadruple homicide during a robbery last year.

Franklin County Dog Shelter officials says eight more canines have been euthanized following a weekend distemper outbreak, bringing the total number to 60.

Ashland police say two bodies were found in a house on Tuesday where a woman was rescued after an abduction.

Ohio has a hometown hero who’s been a fixture in pop culture for decades.


A federal appeals court has blocked rules requiring precise completion of thousands of absentee ballots in swing state Ohio but has upheld other challenged election law changes as legal and not unduly burdensome.

The state  and its largest online charter school operator, the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow,  went to court Monday in a battle  over what’s required to educate students.


Officials at the Franklin County Dog Shelter are transporting at least 19 canines exposed to distemper to medically supervised, off-site quarantine areas.


Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine campaigned in Dayton Monday.

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A state law taking effect today offers immunity to people trying to get help for someone overdosing on drugs, or victims who seek assistance.

Columbus Police are searching for the person or persons who vandalized a South Side church Sunday night.


Chelsea Clinton plans to campaign for her mother in Columbus on Thursday, according to the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.


Columbus City Council last night approved a 780 thousand dollar settlement with the family of a 4-year-old girl severely wounded when she was shot by a police officer in June of last year.