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Columbus police say a woman who reported her 4-year-old daughter was sleeping in her car when it was stolen made up the story so officers would quickly find the vehicle. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich released his two year, 66.9 billion dollar state budget proposal yesterday.

An internal medicine resident at the Cleveland Clinic is among those refused entry to the U.S. under an executive order by President Trump.


President Trump's ban on accepting refugees from several Middle East countries was the reason hundreds of people rallied yesterday at the Glenn airport in Columbus.


Officials say a famous World War II aircraft will be on public display next year at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton after more than a decade of restoration.

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A group led by survivors of sexual assault is pressing the University of Cincinnati to provide greater support.

Clark County Sheriff's Office

A Clark County woman has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the death of her 7-week-old son.

Associated Press

The conservative Koch network is planning to spend between 300 million and 400 million dollars to influence politics and public policy over the next two years.

Authorities say a Madison Township police officer fatally shot a man who hit him with a heavy pipe as the officer responded to a domestic dispute involving a mother and son at a home on Toy Road Thursday night. 

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus woman whose 11-month-old son died from ingesting heroin has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges and been sentenced to eight years in prison.

Lucas County Jail

A judge has sentenced a Toledo father and son to life in prison after a Lucas County jury on Friday convicted them of repeatedly shackling a teen relative in their basement and raping her and another girl who lived with them.


A woman accused of taping her 2-year-old son to a wall so she could get housework done and streaming it live on social media has been indicted on abduction and endangering children charges. 


The Columbus Blue Jackets say a family emergency will prevent coach John Tortorella from participating in the NHL All-Star Game this weekend.


A Columbus man charged in the 2008 slaying of an 81-year-old German Village woman whose body was discovered behind one of her rental properties has been found guilty of murder and other charges.

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Ohio Governor John Kasich say an automotive testing facility near Columbus will get a 45 million dollar grant to expand as the state attempts to become a  leader in autonomous vehicle research and smart road technology. 


A second lawsuit has been filed over the crash of a corporate jet into an Akron apartment building in 2015 that killed two co-pilots and seven passengers.


A federal magistrate has declared Ohio's new lethal injection protocal unconstitutional and has delayed three upcoming executions.

Greene County Sheriff's Office

Bonds are set at 750 thousand dollars each for two brothers charged in the mid-January double fatal shooting near Yellow Springs.

Sales of existing homes declined in December on the national and local levels, but increased statewide.


Victims' rights advocates are proposing a state constitutional amendment giving crime victims and their families the same rights as the accused.