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.
Authorities say an Ohio inmate has died after a fight with his cellmate. The State Highway Patrol says staff at the Mansfield Correctional Institution found 62-year-old Robert Parr in his cell shortly after 10 p.m. last night.
Ohio officials say the voter turnout for Tuesday's election was just more than 68 percent.
A judge has rejected claims in an 11th hour lawsuit that alleges new software used in voting equipment in some Ohio counties could be used to alter ballots after they're cast.
Some utility workers dispatched to help repair communities damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Sandy may miss their chance to vote.
An attorney for owners who are suing over Ohio's new law regulating exotic animals says they've reached an agreement with state officials.
A Cleveland woman caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to avoid a school bus will have to stand at an intersection wearing a sign next Tuesday and Wednesday.
U.S. Military prosecutors say the soldier accused of killing 16 villagers in Afghanistan returned to his base with the blood of his victims on his rifle, belt, shirt and pants.
Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is defending an order that places the responsibility of explaining what kind of identification voters use on provisional ballots on the voters themselves.
A federal judge is scheduled to hear a complaint today alleging electronic voting equipment used in some Ohio counties raises the possibility of ballots being altered after they are cast.
Ohio voters go to the polls today.
Ohioans who own exotic animals face a deadline to register their wildlife.
Robert Morton Duncan, the first black justice to serve on the Ohio Supreme Court, has died. He was 85.
Ohio health officials now report 16 fungal meningitis cases linked to a larger outbreak of the illness and recalled steroid injections for back pain.
Both major party presidential candidates say they have legal experts at the ready in case of problems on election night in the swing states.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney spoke this morning about the latest job figures.