A University of Kentucky geologist says the 4.3 magnitude earthquake that shook portions of Ohio
For the first time in nearly a month, Ohio drivers are seeing an increase in gas prices.
Warren County authorities are moving ahead on a planned 175-million dollar "racino" near Interstate 75 and Monroe.
Columbus fire officials now say an early morning apartment complex fire in the OSU campus area was accidental in nature.
State forestry officials are seeking input on an area forestry plan from woodland owners in the Hocking Hills area of southeast Ohio.
A condemned Ohio killer has arrived at the state death house the day ahead of his scheduled execution for stabbing an Akron woman to death in 1997.
An Ohio-based oil refiner is donating money and food to people recovering from Sandy.
An Ohio teenager has been sentenced to life in prison in a deadly plot to lure men desperate for work with phony Craigslist job offers.
U.S House Speaker John Boehner says any deal to avert the so-called fiscal cliff
Ohio State University has enrolled a record number of out-of-state and international freshmen this year,
The U.S. Air Force says the cancellation of a computer modernization program will cost 115 contract employees at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton their jobs.
State health officials say the number of fungal meningitis cases linked to recalled steroid injections for back pain has dropped from 16 to 15.
Ohio State University Athletic Director Gene Smith says a construction
A U.S. agent who investigated a massacre at two villages in Afghanistan last March says the Ohio soldier charged in the killings had taken steroids.
Bond was set Wednesday at 1-million dollars for the man charged with killing a Pataskala businessman who was checking on a possible break-in at his rental barn.
A federal judge has ordered the arrest of a second fugitive in a shipwreck salvaging case.
Backers of a defeated ballot proposal to revise Ohio's redistricting process say the state's political map, not the voters, determined Tuesday's congressional and legislative races.
Dublin-based Wendy's reports a third quarter loss of 26-point-2 million dollars as it booked charges for the early retirement of debt.
Ohio voters Tuesday approved more than half of the proposed school funding measures.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission says the opening of Ohio's third casino in Columbus sharply boosted wagering in October, despite a drop at the other two facilities.