The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity has dropped its 10-million dollar lawsuit against Miami University that was filed last week after the school suspended 37 members.
Ohio's delegation to the Democratic National Convention has plenty of ideas on what President Obama should talk about in tonight's acceptance speech.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson remains on the ballot.
A new report shows one in six Ohioans worry about going hungry.
Three men accused of trying to blow up a bridge over the Cuayhoga Valley National Park pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges.
Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North says his agency along with Columbus police and the State Highway Patrol executed search warrants on two properties in Hocking County Tuesday and Wednesday.
After a summer of heat, drought, and other weather-related problems, the federal government has declared 85 of Ohio's 88 counties disaster areas.
Ann Romney is citing her battle against multiple sclerosis as evidence that she and her husband, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, understand peoples' problems.
A federal district judge has ordered Secretary of State Jon Husted to appear at a hearing scheduled for September 13th on early voting rules.
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