Associated Press

A former Republican State Representative was sentenced today to four years in prison for helping his company bilk investors out of thousands of dollars.

The 2015 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey shows uninsured rates for children and adults have fallen since 2012.

The state has met its goal for purchasing goods and services from minority-owned businesses for the first time.

The Ohio Chamber of Commerce says it's strongly opposed to a marijuana legalization plan on the November ballot, and will join a coalition seeking to get voters to defeat it.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says the state would be breaking the law if it carried out plans to import lethal injection drugs.

Logan County Prosecutor's Office

A Bellefontaine woman is charged with killing her three young sons because her husband paid more attention to the boys than he did to her and their daughter.

A white and now former University of Cincinnati police officer charged with killing an African-American motorist he had stopped over a missing front license plate is scheduled for trial on November 16th.

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police have arrested a third person in the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery driver in July. 

The Ohio Department of Health says a 91-year-old Williams County man is the season's first fatality from West Nile virus.

Associated Press

A 15-term Ohio congressman who took on tough assignments looking into assassinations and scandals has died. 

Madison County Sheriff's Office

Madison County Sheriff's deputies say they are investigating the death of a Columbus man whose remains were found August 6 on a suburban farm as a homicide.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says he supports Police Chief Kim Jacobs' decision to ban officers from wearing headscarves for religious reasons.

The Gahanna man accused of throwing gasoline on his fiancee and setting her on fire behind a local gas station during an argument has pleaded not guilty. 

The Ohio Department of Commerce says liquor sales for the 2015 fiscal year set a record of nearly 1 billion dollars, a seven percent increase over the same period a year ago.

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined the owners of a northeast Ohio chicken processing plant $861,000 for what the agency says are safety violations that expose workers to the risk of amputation, electrocution and falls. 

Members of a U.S. Army skydiving team will return to their base, where they will have access to counseling, after a parachutist from their unit died from injuries suffered during a stunt at the Chicago Air & Water Show.

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has invalidated ballot proposals in Athens, Fulton and Medina counties that would have banned fracking.

Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says officers acted reasonably in pepper-spraying Ohio State football fans along High Street after the team won the national championship in January.

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police have identified a second suspect in the July 30th shooting death of a pizza delivery driver.

A local man has been indicted for allegedly setting fire to his fiancee.