A ninth felony count has been added to the charges against a Hamilton County Juvenile Court judge.
Cincinnati plans to shut down intake valves along the Ohio River to protect the city's drinking water from a chemical spill in West Virginia.
A federal judge has refused to stop the execution of an Ohio man facing death by a never-tried execution method that the inmate's attorneys allege will cause him agony and terror.
A group of birding enthusiasts is threatening to sue the Ohio National Guard over plans to build a wind turbine along Lake Erie.
Honda says it will begin operating two new wind turbines at one of its western Ohio properties this week to help provide power for the plant.
Former Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner has headed to Cairo to serve as an international observer in Egypt's constitutional referendum.
The state Department of Transportation will award $4 million to Ohio schools this year for projects designed to help children from kindergarten through eighth grade walk or bike to school safely.
Ohio's elections chief has appealed a federal judge's decision to block newly imposed limits on ballot access for minor parties.
A man who Ohio authorities say killed his 4-year-old son by accidentally running over him with his van now faces additional charges including aggravated vehicular homicide.
Columbus police were scrambling early this morning to maintain business as usual after a sprinkler pipe burst and flooded part of the department's downtown headquarters.
An Ohio tea party leader says he's decided against challenging Governor John Kasich in the Republican primary.
Public libraries across Ohio are helping create a statewide network where important historical materials will be scanned, cataloged and shared.
American Electric Power is proposing a rate reduction for Ohio customers beginning in the summer of 2015 - one the state's utility watchdog says doesn't go far enough.
State officials are urging residents to check on older adults who may have more difficulty adjusting to the extremely cold temperatures.
The stakes were high and the vote was close as Boeing production workers agreed to concede some benefits in order to secure assembly of the new 777X airplane for the Puget Sound region.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Boeing hailed Friday's vote, which proponents said solidifies the aerospace giant's presence in the Seattle area.
"Tonight, Washington state secured its future as the aerospace capital of the world," Inslee declared.
The Ohio Supreme Court is accepting public comment on a possible rule change that could let students become lawyers after six years of college instead of seven.
Ohio's high court has upheld a state legislative panel's vote to fund an expansion of Medicaid.
Both sides in a dispute over whether gay marriage should be recognized on Ohio death certificates will argue their cases in front of a federal judge today in Cincinnati.
A Franklin County grand jury has indicted an unknown suspect in an unsolved rape case, marking the first such indictment in the county's history.
The state watchdog is referring 18 more Ohio wildlife officers for possible criminal prosecution after a follow-up investigation into illegal hunting while on duty uncovered additional cases.