Associated Press

The Ohio Department of Agriculture says two of the four cubs born to a seized tiger at its holding facility have died. 

Ohio Public Radio

A federal district judge has blocked the state's effort to end funding for Planned Parenthood while he weighs a challenge to a state law aimed at keeping public money from going to the organization.

Ohio Public Radio

A new state audit shows charter school attendance has improved.

For Donald Trump to win the White House in November, he'll need the votes of women like lifelong Republican Wendy Emery.

Midwestern buyers helped spark a national increase in existing home sales during April, a sign that demand  remains steady despite rising prices and tight inventories.

A political group backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch is spending another 2.2 million dollars television and digital ads in the U.S. Senate race in Ohio.

A Franklin County Jury has convicted a 17-year-old suspected gang member of aggravated murder and other charges for his role in a quadruple homicide during a robbery at an East Hudson Street home last year.

A Cuyahoga County jury has convicted a man charged with killing three women and dumping their bodies near his East Cleveland residence.

A federal district judge has delivered a legal victory to Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and a voter sued by Libertarians for their roles in disqualifying the party's gubernatorial candidate from the fall 2014 ballot. 

A Hilliard police officer was killed yesterday in a motorcycle crash during an on-duty training exercise.

A historic preservation group has named 16 sites in a dozen counties that are most endangered for reasons such as demolition, abandonment and neglect.

Operators of the Wayne National Forest in southern Ohio will soon require people to obtain a permit to harvest wild ginseng, the root plant believed to have medicinal properties.

New data from the Ohio Secretary of State's office shows more than three times as many Democrats cast Republican ballots in the March primary, as compared with the number of GOP voters who marked Democratic ballots.

Ohio Public Radio

More than 4 million U.S. workers will become newly eligible for overtime pay under rules issued Wednesday by the Federal Government.

Danville Police

Two attorneys appointed to represent the man accused of fatally shooting a Danville police officer are asking to withdraw from the case.

Tennessee Governor's Office

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has named Ohio emergency operations administrator Patrick Sheehan as the new director of the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency.

Ohio State University

Newly-released OSU campus police records show several students were drinking for hours before last year's Mirror Lake jump in  which a student died.

WCBE Files

A former Ohio State University marching band drum major instructor accused of sexually assaulting a female student changed his plea yesterday before the start of his trial.

Muskingum University

A former Muskingum College student accused of giving birth to a baby girl in her sorority house bathroom, putting her in a trash bag and leaving it outside of her sorority house has been found guilty of aggravated murder.

A judge who enabled the seizure of five tigers and five other exotic animals from a northeast Ohio farm via a warrant and later ordered their return is fighting with the state about who has jurisdiction over such transfers.