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State of Ohio

The Ohio Highway patrol is investigating the death of a Marion Correctional Institution inmate found unresponsive Monday night after he was removed from his cell while trying to harm himself.

U.S. Air Force

The U.S. Air Force has agreed to pay 140 thousand dollars to settle a federal discrimination lawsuit in which a woman claimed she was passed over for promotions at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton.


The Ohio House has approved a bipartisan bill allowing victims of dating violence to seek a protective order against an alleged perpetrator.


Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan has decided against running for governor next year.

Columbus police continue working to identify the body of a man found late Saturday in a creek near Westerville Road and State Route 161.


Franklin County Sheriff's deputies have identified the body of a woman found in a trash bin partially submerged in Big Darby Creek.

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Ohio Governor John Kasich says there is no animosity between him and President Trump, his former campaign rival.


Some retailers worried that a contentious proposed tax on imports would hurt business have voiced concerns to an Ohio Republican congress member who is  on a tax-writing legislative committee.

A new report show Ohio's 14 public universities have identified a combined 1.2 billion dollars in savings and new resources over the next five years but more work is needed to rein in college costs.

Ohio Public Radio

Republican legislative leaders from Ohio and Wisconsin are joining forces as they prepare for changes in how the Trump administration deals with states.


Ohio lawmakers have approved Governor John Kasich's plan to deliver his annual State of the State speech in Sandusky on April 4. 

Columbus police officers last night shot and killed a man who they say pointed a gun at them.

Sales of existing homes rose in January on the national level, but declined on the state and local levels.

Columbus police say one person was killed and another wounded in a shooting last night that followed an argument.


Ohio drivers may be paying more to get their license plate or driver's license under proposed changes to the state transportation budget.

Newly proposed legislation would keep on parole Ohio prisoners who commit technical violations like missing mandatory meetings.


A non-profit organization says it has raised enough money to build an observatory and astronomy park named for the late astronaut John Glenn, who become the first American to orbit the earth 55 years ago Tuesday.


Ohio Governor John Kasich has proposed allowing counties to create committees to review opioid overdose fatalities, and the public would have limited access to the findings.


Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio says federal funds are needed to replace the outdated Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River in Cincinnati. 

Local and federal authorities are investigating a bomb threat called in to a Jewish Community Center in Beechwood.