Associated Press

Former Put-In-Bay police officer Steven Korossy has been indicted on charges of misusing a law enforcement database and lying to state investigators.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich told reporters Thursday the proposed design for a barrier in front of the deteriorating Buckeye Lake dam could save money and accelerate the project.

A suburban Cleveland man has been indicted on a charge of providing material support to the Islamic State group.  

Dayton Daily News

The Mechanicsburg woman convicted of faking brain cancer and accepting donations to help with expenses has been sentenced to a year in prison.

Federal officials have cited a Central Ohio company in charge of demolishing a Cincinnati highway overpass that collapsed and killed a construction worker for two safety violations and fined it $14,000.  

A federal district judge is intervening in the evidence-gathering process in the gender-discrimination claim of Ohio State University's fired marching band director because of the "discouraging" behavior of the lawyers. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Columbus police have identified the driver of a van killed on the West side yesterday when he was struck by a Franklin County Sheriff's deputy SUV while the emergency lights and sirens were running.

The Republican National Committee is launching a four-week campaign focused on mobilizing African-American voters in advance of the 2016 presidential election.

Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich's presidential super-pac has raised more than 11.5 million dollars to help jumpstart his White House bid.

President Obama has commuted the drug-related prison sentences of three Ohio convicts.

A comedy club in Lima is trying to raise money to honor comedian Phyllis Diller with a museum exhibit in her hometown.  

A suburban Cincinnati man who threatened to kill House Speaker John Boehner has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.

Columbus police are searching for a motive and suspects in the death of a man found early Saturday in Franklin Park.

Columbus police have charged the owner of a vehicle that hit and killed a Columbus woman early Saturday.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman performed several same-sex weddings in a ceremony Saturday outside city hall to celebrate this month's landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

Attorneys for Ohio State University say fired marching band director Jon Waters has no legal grounds to proceed with his defamation suit.

An Ohio appeals court has stopped authorities in the predominantly black suburb of East Cleveland from prosecuting five white Cleveland police supervisors for failing to stop a chase that ended with the shooting deaths of two unarmed African-American suspects in November 2012.

Former Cincinnati Bengals president and part owner John Sawyer died Thursday morning at a queen city retirement home at the age of 90.

A relative of Alexander Hamilton says he's okay with plans to put a woman's portrait on paper currency.

Columbus Division of Police

A Columbus man who prosecutors say was the leader of a drug ring has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.