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Cleveland officials say internal disciplinary charges have been brought against two caucasian police officers involved in the 2014 killing a 12-year-old African-American boy playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center.

State of Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich has been warning state tax revenues are below expectations and the upcoming two-year state budget will be tighter than in the past.


Buses are back on the streets today in Dayton after Greater Dayton RTA bus drivers and mechanics reached a tentative contract agreement yesterday, ending a strike that began on Monday.

Clark County Sheriff's Office

A Clark County Judge has scheduled a February 9 hearing to determine whether a Springfield teen accused of killing his brother after an argument over Halloween candy will be tried as an adult.

State of Ohio

The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is trying to obtain a drug that could reverse the lethal injection process if needed.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio's leading anti-death penalty group is calling on Governor John Kasich to halt future executions, including one scheduled for next month.

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Cleveland search crews have recovered more human remains from the wreckage of a corporate jet carrying six central Ohioans that crashed shortly after takeoff from Burke Lakefront Airport two weeks ago.

Broward County, Florida authorities have identified a second Ohio woman as the fifth person killed in last week's shooting at the Fort Lauderdale Airport.

Three of the Ohio's four casinos report revenue losses last year.


Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor backed President-Elect Trump's pick for chair of the state Republican party over the sitting chair, who was supported by Governor John Kasich.

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Cleveland authorities have confirmed remains found in a seat of a plane that vanished from radar after taking off from Burke Lakefront Airport on December 29  are human. 

Dayton is one of several cities urging the Ohio Supreme Court to reject a law that restricts municipalities from using traffic enforcement cameras.


The operator of a southern Ohio power station says six people were injured in an explosion at the coal-fired plant.   

Records show Ohio has obtained repeat supplies of the lethal drugs it plans to use on a condemned child killer next month.

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined without comment to hear a long-running ballot access lawsuit filed by Ohio's Libertarian Party.

A second man has been indicted in the death of a Hamilton firefighter killed inside a home in a blaze authorities say was intentionally set by the owner.


A Senecaville woman and her husband are among the nine travelers killed and six wounded in the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida airport shootings.


The Ashland County man suspected of killing several women has been found competent to stand trial but is expected to undergo further evaluations as his attorneys pursue an insanity defense.


Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio says he will oppose President-Elect Trump's choice for U.S. Attorney General.


Urbana fire officials says some students and staff members were treated for symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning at the Urbana City Schools building that houses the district's junior and senior high schools.