Associated Press

A horse named Wiggle It Jiggleit won the Little Brown Jug at the Delaware County Fairgrounds yesterday.

Republican State Treasurer Josh Mandel says more than 100 local governments have put their spending information on a treasurer's office website.

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says a new partnership with Google will make it easier for entrepreneurs to start small businesses and establish an online presence. 

A Correctional Institution Inspection Committee report says one in five Ohio prison inmates is a sex offender.

The Ohio Department of Health says a record number of Ohioans died from drug overdoses last year.

Ohio Governor John Kasich says the state will offer job-search support and other help for workers affected when the federal government halts the American Centrifuge Project in Piketon.

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled an anti-fracking measure in Youngstown must be put back on November ballots.

A Franklin County judge has ruled the organization running the Lincoln Theater is not required to show children's movies in the summer, settling a lawsuit filed by its former owner.

As America's income inequality continues to grow, more people are turning to the so-called 'sharing' economy just to make ends meet.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman this week appointed a nine-member committee to oversee how to equip 18-hundred officers with body cameras by the end of 2016.

The Commission on Presidential Debates says the first debate between the two major party presidential nominees will be held at Wright State University near Dayton on September 26 of next year.

Lancaster police say an elderly couple were found shot and killed early Wednesday at their home in a suspected murder-suicide case.

A new survey finds that a quarter of undergraduate women at more than two dozen universities experienced unwanted sexual contact at some point during their collegiate career.

Newark police say a sixth-grader is in custody in connection with a racially-charged email bomb threat targeting Newton Elementary school yesterday.

A Logan County judge has set a March 7 trial date for the Bellefontaine woman charged with suffocating her three sons over a 13-month period.

Ohio's attorney general says his office has received more than 600 reports of tax-related scams since the beginning of the month.

Two Ohio Board of Education members who requested an independent investigation of the Ohio Department of Education's charter oversight office claim their proposal was improperly blocked.

Backers of a state legislative term limits proposal may begin collecting petition signatures to get their measure onto the ballot.

Ohio's unemployment rate fell three-tenths of a point to 4.7 percent in August, the lowest level since September 2001. 

Parkersburg, W.Va. Police

A West Virginia woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for her role in an April 2014 robbery and shooting death on the Hilltop.