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.
Sheriff's deputies are looking for people they think may have information about a burned, naked woman found on a rural road over the weekend.
Kevin Randleman pleaded guilty to aggravated murder today in a plea deal that potentially spares his life.
More than 500 Ohio Republicans will attend the Party's convention in Tampa, which begins Monday.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says while the state is sometimes criticized for having too many overlapping police departments, he sees the number of agencies as an asset.
The man charged with shooting and killing his wife at an Akron hospital earlier this month in a suspected mercy killing pleaded not guilty this morning.
The state is ordering Perrysburg-based Willard & Kelsey Solar Group to repay 5 million dollars in taxpayer-supported loans.
The state Ethics Commission says Ohio State University President Gordon Gee did not willfully do anything wrong when he left some travel expenses off his financial disclosure statements.
The Pentagon says a U.S. soldier from Ohio died Wednesday at the San Antonio hospital
The Lockland School board has fired Superintendent Donna Hubbard amid a state investigation into attendance data fixing.