Hamilton County judges are fighting over employees who retire and then are rehired so they can collect a pension and a paycheck, a practice known as "double-dipping."
The Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association says it is not giving up efforts to pass a law that would allow them to demand criminal defendants be tried by jury.
People with plans to fly out of Port Columbus are being asked to call ahead or check schedules on-line today before leaving to catch their flights.
City of Columbus and Ohio Department of Transportation crews hit the highways last night to try and keep the roads safe for drivers.
One person has been hospitalized following a Christmas morning fire at a Newark duplex.
Originally published on Wed December 26, 2012 8:44 am
Of the eight new seats that Democrats picked up in the House of Representatives in November, four of them come from Florida.
Democrats were aided by a big turnout for President Obama, plus new rules that helped erase a Republican advantage in how districts are drawn in the Sunshine State.
The State Highway Patrol says fog may have contributed to a Christmas Eve crash that that killed a Pataskala man.
An annual report by a court-appointed monitor calls some changes to Ohio's youth prison system a model for the nation while highlighting continuing systemic problems with gang violence, education classes and medical care.
Originally published on Mon December 24, 2012 1:46 pm
The Democrat who ran for an Ohio House seat in November is suing to contest the recount that left him eight votes shy of victory.