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Part of televangelist Ernest Angley's Cuyahoga Falls building is under foreclosure.

Ohio Governor John Kasich says he wants to deliver his final State of the State address next year at Otterbein University in Westerville.

The Ohio Department of Health has upgraded state flu activity to widespread, its highest level.

The Ohio Inspector General's office says the state's government contracting agency lacks rules for ensuring equal and fair competitive bidding by outside IT vendors.

Champaign County prosecutor Kevin Talebi says a grand jury has indicted the boy accused of killing his father's longtime girlfriend on adult charges of aggravated murder and murder.

A defamation lawsuit filed by former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose last year against the attorney who got him kicked out of baseball has been dismissed.

Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble is adding Nelson Peltz to its board of directors, ending a proxy battle with the activist investor who has been seeking to shake up the consumer products giant.

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A judge has upgraded the charge against the Ohio man accused of driving a car into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally last summer in Virginia to first-degree murder.

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted wants counties to modernize their voting machines before the 2020 presidential election. 

Two more fatal shootings on Wednesday bring Columbus' homicide rate for the year to 133.

The Ohio Supreme Court has again sided with cities in a dispute with the state over traffic enforcement cameras.

The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and the Department of Youth Services have asked the Ohio Controlling Board for 1.8 million dollars to help facilitate their merger of back-office functions like payroll.

Singer Nina Simone and the group Bon Jovi lead the 2018 class of inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.

A bi-partisan coalition of governors from Ohio and eleven other states have sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to reauthorize funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program. 

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The State Controlling Board has approved spending more than 5 million dollars to build a new visitor center at Hocking Hills State Park.

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Wright State University near Dayton says it put new contracting procedures in place after concerns were raised about payments to a consultant.

Records show Ohio State University collected 1.35 million dollars in net revenues from beer sales at Ohio Stadium during this past football season.


Former University of Tennessee athletic director John Currie and Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano had signed a memorandum of understanding to make Schiano the school's head football coach before the deal fell apart amid a public backlash.

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The Indian Lake Schools superintendent who was fired after being charged with child rape has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit to get his job back.

Aspirin maker Excedrin has donated over 7 thousand dollars to complete a fundraising effort to pay for a parade should the Cleveland Browns finish the season with a winless record.  

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A Franklin County grand jury has cleared a Columbus  police officer who fatally shot a man who pulled what turned out to be a BB gun from a bag as he stepped out of an ambulance.

Ohio wildlife officials say a deer with its head trapped in a plastic Halloween candy bucket has been spotted by Upper Arlington residents.

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A Columbus woman has been indicted in connection with her newborn daughter’s fatal overdose.

A Franklin County grand jury has indicted a man on involuntary manslaughter and child endangering charges after his son found a loaded gun in their Madison Township home and fatally shot himself last September.

The Ohio Inspector General says a state technology administrator wrongly solicited a 37 thousand dollar sponsorship fee from a company that has received millions of dollars in state contracts.

A federal judge is putting a hold on the fraud trial of former executives and sales representatives of Pilot Flying J, the truck stop chain owned Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.

The Ohio Supreme Court has denied a request to temporarily halt the state's efforts to recoup 60 million dollars from the state's largest online charter school operator.

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A federal judge has ended a lawsuit in which inmates and reporters challenged a ban on face-to-face media interviews with prisoners convicted for their roles in the 1993 Lucasville prison riot.


The University of Akron student convicted in his roommate's fatal stabbing after an alcohol-fueled argument about fast food last year has been sentenced to three years in prison.

A successor to the Republican Ohio Senator who resigned amid a sexual harassment scandal has been sworn in.