The state attorney general says new hazardous material containers at five sites around Ohio will help authorities more quickly clean up methamphetamine labs.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says law enforcement officers have used facial recognition technology nearly 27 hundred times since June.
There are thousands of rape kits that have never been tested in Ohio, and the state attorney general says his agency is working through that stack.
As students throughout Ohio head back to school, Ohio’s Attorney General is reminding school officials to make sure they have a comprehensive school safety plan on file.
It’s back to school time. Ohio’s Attorney General says that means it’s the time that scammers try to take advantage of families who are making preparations for the new school year.
The state attorney general says more than 200 Ohioans have received unsolicited phone calls with offers of medical alert devices.
Ohio could see a record-breaking number of new licenses for carrying a concealed weapon this year.
The state's attorney general urges Ohioans to watch out for scams involving utilities after two people reported losing about $800 each after unsolicited phone calls.
Ohio crime lab employees are working overtime to test evidence in the Ariel Castro case.
People convicted of arson-related offenses in Ohio will have to register annually with local authorities under a new law in effect beginning this week.
The Ohio Attorney General's office has begun funding new regional sexual assault coordinators to oversee direct and comprehensive services for victims.
Operators of internet cafes are fighting a new state law banning their operations.
Top Ohio law enforcers are urging members of the state school board not to support arming untrained teachers with guns in response to recent school shootings, including one last year in northeast Ohio.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has rejected a petition seeking to ask Ohio voters to approve school prayer.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the number of licenses issued for carrying concealed weapons in the first three months of the year increased sharply compared with the same period a year ago.
Ohio voters will decide the fate of the 794 storefronts, accused of selling illegal gambling…..that is, if a Youngstown state senator gets his way.
Most violent crimes in Ohio are committed by people who have at least two felony convictions. And a bill is coming this week that seeks to lock up those criminals to cut down on gun-related crimes.
Ohio’s top cop Wednesday stepped up his drive to shut down many of the state’s internet cafes and sweepstakes stores on the grounds that they offer illegal gambling.
Former Democratic Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper has filed the paperwork to challenge Republican Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine in 2014.
Two Ohio teens accused of making online threats against a rape victim have denied the charges and been released on house arrest.