Cereal maker Post is buying New Albany-based Bob Evans Farms for 1.53 billion dollars.

The measure on the November statewide ballot known as Issue 2 requires state agencies to pay the same price for drugs as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.


Republican Ohio Lieutenant Governor and 2018 gubernatorial candidate Mary Taylor has unveiled a set of health care proposals. 

Ohio Public Radio

The state has approved the petition summary of animal rights groups who are asking voters to approve a measure requiring dog breeders to meet additional care standards.


Automaker Honda of America says it will add 300 jobs in central Ohio to support production of a revamped line of vehicles for 2018.

Classes are canceled today in the Miami Trace Local Schools because of a social media threat. 

Columbus police say a Licking Heights High School student was killed yesterday in a  drive-by shooting in Blacklick. 

A Columbus woman is charged with intentionally running her daughter over with her car. 


The son of former Ohio State football star Chris Spielman is among five players on the Wheaton College football team in Illinois facing charges for a hazing incident last year.


The volunteer firefighter in Franklin Township  who made a racist social media post has resigned. 

Columbus City Council last night approved a 10-year, 75 percent property tax abatement worth 1.8 million dollars for Benderson Development to build a warehouse and office complex at the site of the old Consumer Square shopping mall on Tussing Road, creating 20 new jobs.

Columbus Division of Police

Protesters took over last night's Columbus City Council meeting for nearly two hours, reiterating demands made last week to fire the white police officers captured on video beating a black man during an arrest on September 1st.


Columbus police say an Ohio State University student is dead after an apparent murder-suicide. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

The man charged with shooting and wounding another man inside of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch in June has been sentenced to 8 and 1/2 years in prison.


A local LGBTQ-rights group is attempting to answer criticism about its lack of diversity.

A Springfield man is hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after his plane crashed on Sunday. 

Ohio Public Radio

Officials in the wind energy industry say they can't create new projects in Ohio due to regulations over where turbines may be placed.


A Westerville woman says her drug-addicted son died of an apparent overdose after being abruptly released from a Florida treatment center ahead of Hurricane Irma. 


A volunteer firefighter in Warren County has been suspended indefinitely after a social media post that stated he would save a dog from a burning building before a black person.

Associated Press

Crews have begun dismantling the thrill ride involved in a deadly accident at the Ohio State Fair. The removal of the Fire Ball ride at the state fairgrounds began with a final inspection Saturday.

The Ohio Highway Patrol says a woman was killed and five others were injured when two vehicles collided in Marion County on Saturday.


Fayette County officials are giving the all clear after a chlorine leak forced residents to shelter in place. 

Associated Press

The Cleveland Indians' historic 22-game winning streak ended on Friday night. 

Ohio's unemployment rate for August was 5.4 percent, an increase of two-tenths of a point from July.


A series of walking tours sponsored by Columbus Public Health and the Columbus Landmarks Foundation begin on Saturday.


Columbus could be a hub for a new, high-speed transportation option.

Republican Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says seven people have been indicted on charges of voting illegally during elections in 2012, 2015 and 2016 because they weren't citizens.

Columbus Police are investigating four separate overnight shootings. One person is hospitalized in critical condition after being shot near Manchester Avenue and Bremen Street on the north side around 3:30 am.

Dublin Police

Sentencing is pending for the former Dublin Scioto High School teacher who pleaded guilty Thursday to child pornography charges.

The Ohio Inspector General's office says a former Department of Administrative Services IT supervisor possibly violated ethics laws by pursuing and accepting a job with a state vendor while managing that vendor's multi-million dollar contract.