Columbus and Canton are among 100 cities in the U.S. offering residents free testing for the HIV virus, in support of National HIV Testing Day.
Funeral services are pending for a Republican State Representative who passed away yesterday.
More than 250 new jobs are coming to the Wilmington Air Park.
An Associated Press review of state records shows Republican Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's selection process for hiring outside securities-fraud litigators has gone essentially undocumented.
Carbon emitting vehicles are among the primary sources of the greenhouse gases that fuel global climate change.
General Motors is recalling thousands of Chevy Cruze cars made at its plant in Lordstown.
Columbus will host a summit of two religions this weekend.
The Mayor of Covington, Kentucky says charging tolls is the only way to fund a new Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River in the Cincinnati area.
Columbus fire division teams will resume their search today for a man who is believed to have drowned at a quarry on the South side yesterday.
The Columbus city prosecutor's office says authorities are searching for more than 100 parents charged with neglecting their children.
Bonds were set yesterday at 1.8 million dollars for each of the three people charged with torturing, robbing, and sexually assaulting a couple this week at a home on the Hilltop.
Sinkholes are causing problems in at least three Ohio communities. Jim Letizia reports.
Students looking for summer jobs are being blamed for an increase in central Ohio's unemployment rate.
Columbus police have arrested three people who allegedly sexually assaulted and tortured a couple at a home on the Hilltop.
A Madison Township police officer and his wife have been arrested on drug charges.
The Ohio Department of Education is giving 60 principals, assistant principals and other Columbus City Schools administrators a chance to give up their teaching licenses voluntarily or face a costly process to have them revoked.
Muskingum County Sheriff's deputies plan to resume their search today for two people spotted in the rain-swollen Muskingum River Tuesday night.
The western New York grave of an African-American baseball legend from Ohio who played more than a century ago now has a marker.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have traded defenseman Nikita Nikitin to the Edmonton Oilers for a fifth-round pick in next year's draft.
The Republican National Committee says Cleveland and Dallas are the two finalists to host the party's convention in 2016.