Police say a body found in a vacant building is that of a University of Cincinnati student who had been missing for more than a week.
A judge has sentenced the former Richmond Heights schools superintendent to a year in prison on charges that he and the district's former buildings director accepted bribes from the operator of a childcare center to rent district space.
Cleveland is the only Ohio city in contention to host the 2016 Republican National Convention, after Cincinnati formally withdrew its bid on Thursday due to a lack of adequate convention facilities.
The Ohio Supreme Court is siding with the state in a case involving compensation for landowners for flooding losses near Ohio's largest inland lake.
A key Ohio House committee has canceled its hearing on legislation halting the phase-in of renewable energy and efficiency standards.
Bucyrus officials say the mayor of the northern Ohio town died shortly after attending a city council meeting last night.
Ohio officials have honored 12 people with inductions into the state Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.
An Ohio Senate committee has approved legislation saying college athletes are not employees under state law.
Officials say a Detroit-based business is recalling about 1.8 million pounds of ground beef products sold for restaurant use in four states that may be contaminated with the bacteria E. coli.
The Ohio company owned by a fugitive treasure hunter is fighting to gain control over recently recovered gold from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857.
A Montgomery County grand jury has indicted the man charged with a Veterans Affairs hospital shooting that wounded one person.
An Ohio bill would allow cats, dogs and other family pets to be included within the scope of protection orders obtained by victims of domestic violence or stalking.
Ohio health officials have distributed nearly 12-thousand doses of vaccines to try to stem recent outbreaks of measles and mumps in the state.
State prisons director Gary Mohr says Ohio's prescription painkiller epidemic is thwarting efforts to reduce the inmate population through changes to sentencing laws.
Ohio's attorney general warns consumers about spring home improvement scams. Mike DeWine says warmer weather brings more door-to-door sales.
A utility assistance program has extended the deadline for AEP Ohio customers to apply for financial help to pay this past winter's high heating bills.
Ohio's elections chief will be deciding whether to clean house in one of the state's largest counties.
The state has launched a website designed to make it easier to report cases of suspected fraud in Medicaid, food assistance programs and other social services.
Authorities say a 25-year-old woman was found shot to death in a car on a rural central Ohio road.
The Ohio Supreme Court says the number of new mortgage foreclosures in the state declined in 2013 for the fourth consecutive year.