Associated Press

Toledo Blade

A man is asking a court to order his six tigers and other exotic animals returned to Ohio after they were seized by the state and moved from a holding facility to sanctuaries elsewhere.

Surgeons at Children's Hospital in Columbus separated conjoined twin girls in a 16-hour operation performed last week.

An Ohio State University professor and visual artist will receive the National Medal of Arts from President Obama at a White House ceremony on September 10.

Pickaway County Sheriff's deputies have identified the body pulled from the water at Deer Creek State Park yesterday.

The Athens County prosecutor's office is investigating allegations by a Hocking College student that five men sexually assaulted her last week.

Ohio motorists can expect to have plenty of company on the roads this Labor Day weekend. 

Newly-released Ohio Department of Education records show data experts were puzzled by some requests from an ex-charter school director whose decision to omit certain failing grades from sponsor evaluations led to his resignation in July.

A company based in Thailand plans to spend 100 million dollars to  investigate whether it can build  a petrochemical facility in Belmont County.

A family is suing a Columbus funeral service after their deceased relative's body was misplaced and the wrong corpse was displayed at a private viewing.

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus man paralyzed after being shot during a 2013 drug-related robbery died Wednesday.

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police say a Reynoldsburg woman faces involuntary manslaughter and child endangering charges following the May drug overdose death of her daughter.

Three juveniles have been sentenced to prison time for throwing a rock off a Pennsylvania highway overpass, causing severe brain trauma to an Ohio teacher.

Columbus Division of Police

A judge has ordered a psychological evaluation for the suspect in the beating death of a 1-year-old boy found in Big Walnut Creek last December.

The Ohio Department of Health says the number of abortions last year continued a trend of decline in recent years.

Newark Advocate

The state has asked hundreds of homeowners on the deteriorated dam at Buckeye Lake to remove their docks and other structures, such as decks, in preparation for construction of a replacement barrier. 

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio investigators recommend Columbia Gas be fined 400 thousand dollars for a gas explosion that destroyed an Upper Arlington house and damaged others nearby.

Denison University

Denison University officials say a search continues for a missing student last seen Sunday evening.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has identified the man who drowned in Kiser Lake after falling out of a Kayak on Sunday.

The Centers for Disease Control says more Ohio kids are getting the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine on time.

More than $18.7 million in federal funding to help small businesses has been awarded to Ohio.