Associated Press

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland is preparing an exhibit of Prince artifacts for its Memorial Hall, following his death Thursday at the age of 57.

Former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose will be the inaugural inductee into the new National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee on Sauturday.

Eagles keyboardist and guitarist Joe Walsh says he's canceling his Cleveland concert this summer, which  he thought would be a nonpartisan event for veterans' families,  because it's a launch for the Republican National Convention.

A descendant of Alexander Hamilton says the government's decision to continue depicting him on the 10 dollar bill is a victory for Hamilton supporters.

Sales of existing homes rose in the U.S. and central Ohio in March, as compared with the previous month.

Ohio is receiving an additional 94 million dollar to help demolish blighted homes and prevent foreclosures, but some say it missed out on more funding because of an issue with the state's application.

Columbus Division of Police

A former Ohio State student has pleaded guilty to killing a Columbus State Community College student near the OSU campus last year.

The State Controlling Board has released another 2.5 million dollars to the State Highway Patrol, with some of that going to provide security for Governor John Kasich on the presidential campaign trail.

A consultant reviewing the University of Cincinnati police department after a white officer's fatal shooting of a black motorist during a traffic stop says former police chief Jason Goodrich pushed aggressive use of traffic stops to look for guns and drugs.

Former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Milt Pappas died Tuesday of natural causes at his northern Illinois home at the age of 76.

A special prosecutor says a 911 caller won't be charged for reporting a black man waving a gun in a Beavercreek store before police fatally shot him.

A federal district judge has scheduled a November 1 trial for the Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol in support of the Islamic State group.

The Ohio House has approved legislation aimed at stopping the central Ohio village of Brice from collecting extraordinarily large fines for traffic-related violations.

The state has started taking applications for grants and loans to help businesses near Buckeye Lake that have lost revenue while the water is kept low and a deteriorated dam is replaced.

Columbus City Council tonight is scheduled to consider a ban on unnecessary travel by city employees to North Carolina in protest of that state's recently enacted law mandating which public restrooms transgender people are allowed to use.

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police have identified the SWAT officer shot in a stand off situation Sunday as Steven M. Smith, a 27-year veteran of the division.  

Reynoldsburg Police

Reynoldsburg police say two people died and a third was injured in an early morning shooting Sunday at an apartment complex on Postwoods Drive.

A Columbus police SWAT officer is hospitalized in critical condition after he was shot while police tried to arrest a man on a warrant for aggravated arson.

Ohio Wesleyan University

Foul play has been ruled out in the death of an Ohio Wesleyan University soccer player whose body was found in Delaware Run Creek in February.

Licking County Sheriff's deputies say a Pataskala couple was found fatally shot in their home on Saturday, and the man's wounds were self-inflicted.