The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has paid nearly 9-thousand dollars to the Sierra Club to settle a public records lawsuit.
Columbus Police have made an arrest in Thursday morning's stabbing death of a man outside the Renaissance hotel downtown.
Columbus police dive teams are searching for a woman who disappeared while jumping off cliffs into a body of water with three friends early this morning.
Michigan officials plan to expand efforts to test for Asian carp to bait shops in the Lake Erie basin.
Dominion East Ohio Gas is asking the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to allow it to become the first utility in the state to end regulated pricing for customers, meaning a key consumer protection would be removed.
The Central Ohio businessman accused of financial crimes appeared in a Dubai courtroom today after being caught fleeing the country, but it is not clear how he will be defended.
Fairfield County commissioners say next month, they will discuss using the county's share of state casino tax revenue to help build a new 35-million dollar jail.
The Franklin County Board of Elections has blocked an attempt to place a repeal of the Westerville school district's 2009 levy on the November ballot.
The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity has dropped its 10-million dollar lawsuit against Miami University that was filed last week after the school suspended 37 members.
Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North says his agency along with Columbus police and the State Highway Patrol executed search warrants on two properties in Hocking County Tuesday and Wednesday.
After a summer of heat, drought, and other weather-related problems, the federal government has declared 85 of Ohio's 88 counties disaster areas.
Ann Romney is citing her battle against multiple sclerosis as evidence that she and her husband, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, understand peoples' problems.
A federal district judge has ordered Secretary of State Jon Husted to appear at a hearing scheduled for September 13th on early voting rules.
A major pipeline has been proposed that would link Ohio's emerging shale gas fields to energy companies and customers in the Midwest and beyond.
The nation will have a chance to say goodbye to Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, in a memorial service at the Washington National Cathedral on Sept. 13.
Leaders in a northeast Ohio city have voted to place an oil and gas drilling ban question on the November ballot.
Cleveland city officials say a submarine memorial will remain on the shore of Lake Erie.
The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Ohio is $3.85, according to Triple-A. That's 11 cents more than a week ago, and 16 cents more than this time a year ago.
A spokesperson for a fugitive Central Ohio businessman fighting corruption charges in Dubai says he has been returned to the United Arab Emirates after fleeing to Yemen.
Funeral services are scheduled Friday for a 6-year-old Grove City girl who was killed by a falling tree last week.