An Ohio lawmaker has filed a counter lawsuit against 14 investors who sued him last month, alleging he participated in a fraud cheating them out of more than $1.2 million.
Ohio's state treasurer is encouraging fellow Republicans in the Legislature to reject Governor John Kasich's proposed expansion of Medicaid.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner says the federal government needs to concentrate on budgeting and cutting spending.
Organizers are preparing for the 15th Crystal Classic choir competition in the southwestern Ohio city of Fairfield.
When a steady stream of out-of-town teachers, school leaders, nonprofits and education groups began visiting Cincinnati two years ago, they weren't going for the chili or the sports teams.
Ohio Auditor Dave Yost this afternoon releases findings of his statewide probe of school attendance tampering.
A 5-year-old boy pulled from an icy pond last week in Columbus has died.
The ringleader in hair- and beard-cutting attacks on fellow Amish in Ohio has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
A national study says Columbus has the worst traffic in Ohio.
Officials in Troy are celebrating the selection of the western Ohio community as a site for one of only three small-town music festivals staged in the U.S. by the popular British band Mumford & Sons.
Columbus police are seeking information about the men who separately robbed two banks and a credit union.
Federal court records say two inmates who escaped from Louisiana plan to plead guilty in a case that includes charges of abducting and killing a Delaware County business owner.
The Columbus Crew has acquired forward Dominic Oduro from the Chicago Fire in exchange for midfielder Dilly Duka - and the right of first refusal to former Crew midfielder Robbie Rogers.
Former Ohio first lady Hope Taft has been re-appointed to the state board that regulates the licensing of counselors and other professionals who work to treat and prevent drug and alcohol abuse.
The U.S. Coast Guard has announced a $3,500 reward for help in catching a man who's made at least 20 fake "mayday" calls on a marine radio operating in the Monroe area. The Coast Guard's Cleveland office says the man began calling in 2010.
An Ohio toy maker says the inventor of the famous red toy that generations of children drew on, shook up and started over has died in France.
Ohio's Oberlin College has been honored by a nonprofit organization for its array of environmental programs and initiatives.
Former Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon has been indicted in Delaware County in connection with a road-rage shooting last September.
The Ohio House has agreed to the governor's plans to move the State of the State speech out of the capital for the second year in a row.
A judge has ruled to keep the upcoming rape trial of two Ohio high school football players in the county where the alleged attack happened.