The union representing the majority of the state work force wants to absorb 600 state government management analysts without their approval.
The North Carolina Supreme Court is allowing a wrongful death lawsuit against a former U.S. Marine convicted in the death of a pregnant colleague from Ohio to proceed.
A Hamilton County grand jury has indicted six white teenagers in the beating of a black man because they were bored.
West Virginia officials say a company has submitted a winning bid of 27-point-4 million dollars to build an intermodal facility that will be part of the Heartland Corridor project.
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit a union hall near the General Motors plant in Lordstown this morning, where production has been key to Ohio's slow economic turnaround.
Some of Ohio's top attorneys and legal scholars are backing a redistricting amendment on the November ballot.
A man has been sentenced to 92 years in prison for last year's shooting at a Youngstown State University fraternity house that left one man dead and 11 others wounded.
A former Bowling Green State University football player is suing the school, head coach Dave Clawson and team trainers
Ashtabula County Sheriff's deputies say a requirement that people show identification when they buy an over-the-counter cold medication sparked a large raid of methamphetamine labs.
Many of the nation's retailers are reporting strong sales gains for August.
The Ohio Department of Education's associate superintendent is resigning as officials investigate whether school districts improperly manipulated attendance and enrollment data.
The Labor Department says the number of claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell last week by nearly 14-hundred.
Ohio authorities say a new lab on wheels will help catch traders in child pornography and other online predators.
The state says a computer glitch failed to deliver 66 notices earlier this year to Ohio crime victims informing them that parole hearings for offenders facing possible release had been scheduled.
Two Democratic lawmakers are urging Ohio's elections chief not to appeal a federal judge's order requiring the state to change its rules for counting provisional ballots.
Columbus police say they've recorded an additional homicide for this year following the death of a 1998 shooting victim earlier this month.
The severely burned woman found naked with a rope around her neck along a road in eastern Ohio has died. Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz says 29-year-old Celeste Fronsman died Tuesday.
A Democratic super PAC supporting President Obama is releasing a new TV ad in Ohio and three other battleground states, aiming to undermine Republican Mitt Romney's appeals to middle-class workers.
The man who was arrested with a loaded gun, ammunition and knives at a showing of the latest "Batman" movie in Westlake has been placed on house arrest while awaiting trial.
The Clark County Sheriff's office says a participant in a triathlon at a reservoir near Springfield drowned during the swimming segment of the event on Sunday.