Ohio State defensive end Tracy Sprinkle has pleaded not guilty to drug, rioting and failure to disperse charges after a weekend bar fight in Lorain.
Bond is set at 1 million dollars for the man charged in a fatal weekend shooting at a Columbus nightclub.
Union County health officials are investigating reports of contaminated food at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville.
Franklin County Dog Shelter workers are trying to reunite dozens of canines with their owners after the Fourth of July weekend.
An Ohio Department of Taxation report shows since 2012 the amount of tax credits given to businesses promising to create and retain jobs has been rising.
The State Highway Patrol says a dozen people died in traffic crashes during the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
The state's four casinos saw their revenues decline in June .
Sinclair Community College in Dayton is joining forces with Ohio State University's engineering school to research and develop new drone technologies.
Sentencing is scheduled August 12th for a Columbus defense attorney convicted Monday for sex crimes against five women who were either clients or relatives of clients.
Experts say the aviation industry is growing, and that means hundreds of thousands of openings for qualified job seekers.
Authorities say a passenger on a motorcycle was killed in a crash involving a pickup truck in central Ohio.
Lorain police say Ohio State University defensive end Tracy Sprinkle has been arrested on charges of cocaine possession, rioting and failure to disperse after a bar fight early Saturday.
In 2009, Ohio voters approved a ballot measure that provides bonuses for Ohioans who have served in the U.S. Military since 9/11.
Authorities say more than a dozen cars on an eastbound train derailed at a road crossing in northwestern Ohio.
It's Independence Day weekend, which for many Ohioans means parades and community fireworks displays.
A Hamilton County judge has declined to drop burglary charges against nine Greenpeace activists who staged a protest at the headquarters of Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble last March.
The Lucas County Republican Party plans to take Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to court in a dispute over nominees for the county's troubled board of elections.
A federal district court has denied a request for early release from the Toledo priest convicted of killing a nun.
Charges have been dropped against two Steubenville school district employees as part of the investigation into whether other laws were broken in the rape of a 16-year-old girl by two high school football players.
Columbus Public Health officials are increasing the number of mosquito traps around the city this year, as part of an effort to prevent the spread of diseases like West Nile Virus.