Associated Press

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus Police say a 17-year-old boy has died after he was shot at a house and a suspect is in custody. 

Karen Kasler

A three-member panel appointed by the outgoing state school superintendent has recommended to the state school board 22 ideas on how to reform and restore the public perception of the charter school system. 

A new U.S. Department of Education report says Ohio's overall high-school graduation rate of about 82 percent is even with the national average. 

Delaware Police

A woman sexually assaulted by the pastor of Delaware Grace Brethren Church when she was 15-years-old is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to boost the amount of damages paid by the church.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has rejected former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose's plea for reinstatement, saying baseball's hits king hasn't been completely honest about his gambling on games while serving as a player and manager.

The state has received 6.5 million dollars from a solar energy company that went out of business and defaulted on two taxpayer-supported loans. 

Authorities say a seventh-grader is facing criminal charges for threatening to kill a Muslim schoolmate he labeled a "son of ISIS."  

Federal officials say roughly 62,000 Ohioans have selected health plans through the federal marketplace, as an important deadline looms. 

The widow of a former Toledo mayor has filed a workers compensation suit saying he suffered an injury while working. 

Brian Wicker

Columbus fire crews are battling a large warehouse fire on the city's northwest side. 

A central Ohio wire manufacturer where two workers were injured in separate accidents has been cited for 25 safety violations by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 

A central Ohio man convicted of receiving child pornography has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. 

A judge has sentenced a Minnesota man to four years in prison for threatening to post nude photos of an Ohio State University student from her stolen laptop computer. 

An Ohio prison is opening a dedicated workspace for inmates working on community service projects from assembling bikes for foster kids to weaving mats for the homeless. 

Baylor University

Ohio lawmakers are expanding access to scholarships for autistic children. 

Lawmakers in Ohio and nine other states say they're launching a legislative push intended to make debt-free public college a priority of the 2016 election.  

Columbus police say a second body has been discovered in a north side park where a missing teen's remains were recovered earlier. 

A bipartisan bill in Ohio would require law enforcement agencies to have rules governing the use of body cameras and that such policies be made public. 

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says child support payments are being collected at a rate not seen since before the Great Recession. 

Federal prosecutors say a doctor and an employee at a Columbus pill mill have pleaded guilty to illegally distributing pain pills.