Associated Press

Dayton Police

The man charged with fatally shooting his pastor brother in a Dayton church office last February has been found mentally competent to stand trial.

State Auditor David Yost says a 48 thousand dollar audit of Ohio's food stamp program found roughly 31 thousand in questionable costs, including benefits used by dead people and duplicate payments.

Cleveland Browns legend and NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown has accepted a 600 thousand dollar settlement offer from video game maker Electronic Arts to end his lawsuit alleging the company illegally used his likeness in its football game.

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles says deputy registrars will soon accept credit cards as payment, following years worth of requests by the public.

State of Ohio

An inmate at the Lebanon Correctional Institution has been indicted on charges of  killing his cellmate.

Muskingum University

The former Muskingum University student accused of giving birth in a sorority house bathroom and killing the child  has been sentenced to life in prison.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory is calling for a review of oversight of the U.S. National Whitewater Center following the death of a Westerville teenager who contracted a rare brain infection after she visited the park last month.

Ohio State University

An Ohio State University men's soccer player drowned last Friday while swimming with teammates at Apple Valley Lake in Knox County.

The Columbus Regional Airport Authority is considering adding more parking at Port Columbus to handle a near-record number of passengers.

Water use has been banned in the City of Logan due to unsafe reservoir supply levels.

A federal judge says Cleveland and the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio on Friday reached a settlement in a lawsuit over the city's rules governing protests and marches during the upcoming Republican National Convention.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is increasing patrols of waterways this weekend in an effort to reduce deaths and accidents caused by boaters who are high on drugs or alcohol.

The U.S. National Whitewater Center in North Carolina is temporarily suspending operations after water samples found the amoeba believed to have caused the death of a Westerville teen.

A federal judge has ruled the City of Cleveland's regulations governing protests and marches during next month's Republican National Convention infringe on free expression.

Existing home sales rose last month on the local and national levels, but fell statewide.

The Westerville teen who died last weekend from a rare virus she contracted while swimming apparently became infected at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Ohio Department of Health says a 61-year-old Lucas County woman has contracted the Zika virus through sexual transmission.

The Ohio Attorney General's office has rejected the petition for a proposed ballot measure allowing students to pray in public schools.

Part of Ohio's new medical marijuana law that sets aside a piece of business for minorities appears to be unconstitutional, according to legal scholars who spoke to the Associated Press.

A Hilliard couple who owns a home health care service awaits sentencing in a 1-million-dollar health care scheme.