Associated Press

An Urbana native and University of Wisconsin wrestler died in a vehicle crash in Illinois last week. 

U.S. Attorney's Office

A federal judge Friday sentenced a Columbus man to more than six years in prison following his conviction for trying to help the Islamic State group.

Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says he's concerned about the impact President Trump's tariff battles will have on Ohio's economy.

The Ohio Power Siting Board has recommended the state allow construction of a 126 million dollar, six-turbine wind farm on Lake Erie with conditions.   

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

The Ohio Supreme Court without comment has denied a death row inmates motion to stay his execution. 

Associated Press

The Maumee man charged with driving a car into a crowd of protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges.

A Muslim-American radio host has received a court judgment in his favor in his lawsuit against the publisher of a Worthington-based neo-Nazi website who did not response to the case in court. 

Ohio Public Radio

Records show more than 200 courts have failed to respond to Governor John Kasich's executive order seeking more information on their history with the national background check database.

A law firm representing Ohio State University says an investigative team unsuccessfully sought an interview with Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan about sexual abuse allegations two decades ago. 

State and local authorities have released an artist's depiction of a woman found dead outside the Kahiki restaurant in Coumbus in 1999 who has never been identified.

State officials are investigating the deaths of the owners of two Circleville businesses found on their boat docked at Bay Point Resort and Marina in Marblehead on Sunday. 

Associated Press

Justice Department and FBI personnel say they foiled a suspected terrorist attack on the City of Cleveland by an American citizen.

The City of Columbus has opened a facility to in part show off  technological innovations in transportation.

An African-American Ohio lawmaker who says security at the Statehouse has inappropriately stopped her several times has filed a complaint with the state Civil Rights Commission. 

The state has yet to spend any of the 5 million dollars allocated this year for services for troubled youth at-risk of being removed from their homes or entering the juvenile justice or foster-care systems.

A class-action lawsuit has been filed with the Ohio Court of Claims against CVS Caremark and the Ohio Department of Health over a mailing that may have publicly disclosed the identities of 6 thousand  HIV patients. 

A state auditor's report looking at opioids' impact on Ohio's Medicaid program shows the number of recipients with an opioid-related diagnosis rose by 430 percent from 2010 to 2016. 

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Attorneys for a condemned Ohio killer are criticizing Governor John Kasich's decision to deny clemency ahead of his scheduled July 18 execution.

Ohio State University says the firm investigating former athletes' allegations of sexual misconduct by a now-dead team doctor also is reviewing whether he examined high school students. 

Blue Horseshoe Ventures Limited

Developers have announced plans for a 2 billion dollar entertainment park near I-71 in Delaware County. 

Pike County authorities say the female relative of the Rhoden family members slain in 2016 who was found dead recently died of a gunshot wound.

Campaign finance filings show the Cincinnati law firm that cleared Republican State Representative Bill Seitz of a sexual harassment allegation in April gave money to his campaign during the probe. 

Republican state lawmakers are preparing to temporarily relax academic performance standards for the Toledo-based Ohio Virtual Academy that took in thousands of students from the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow after it closed.

The Bellefontaine woman accused of suffocating her three young sons over a 13-month period has appealed a court's order that she undergo a psychiatric evaluation. 

Republican Ohio Senate President Larry Obhoff tells the Associated Press the chamber will not pass a payday lending bill before breaking for the summer.

State lawmakers have negotiated a compromise aimed at reining in abuses by puppy mills while heading off a ballot effort to place restrictions in the state's Constitution. 

Dayton Daily News

The Republican who challegnged an incumbent GOP state lawmaker in the May primary by revealing sexual text messages they exchanged has been indicted on criminal charges.

Former Ohio State University football player Kirk Barton has been indicted on charges of slamming the arm of a Delaware County Sheriff's deputy with a van door. 

The Ohio Highway Patrol says a Fredricktown man who struck an Amish buggy from behind on Friday, killing a teen boy and injuring his father and younger brother, has been jailed and charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence. 

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

The Ohio Parole Board is again recommending against clemency for a condemned killer.