A former Ohio Supreme Court justice who mostly sided with the majority in death penalty cases says she now opposes capital punishment.
Franklin County Environmental Court Judge Harland Hale is under fire for alleged judicial misconduct.
The state and a group of landowners are sparring over whether Ohio is meeting a deadline to compensate the landowners for losses from flooding near Ohio's largest inland lake.
The Ohio Supreme Court has refused to hear a Warren County man's bid for a fourth trial in the 2008 bathtub drowning of his wife.
The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected a prosecutor's request to set an execution date for an inmate sentenced to die for slitting a man's throat during a 1985 burglary
The Ohio Supreme Court says after the state’s division of oil and gas issues a drilling permit, there’s no place for critics to appeal.
The Ohio Supreme Court is threatening to find in contempt of court the Columbus attorney whose emails triggered an NCAA investigation that cost former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel his job.
The Ohio Supreme Court today ordered the Delaware County Board of Elections to place the Orange Township fire levy on the February ballot.
William O'Neill was sworn in yesterday, becoming the latest Democrat to serve on the Republican dominated Ohio Supreme Court.
2012 was a year of big cases and big changes at the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has appointed Judge Judith French of the 10th District Court of Appeals to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a 42-million dollar penalty against Columbus-based American Electric Power for earning excessive profits.
The Ohio Supreme Court has found the state Department of Natural Resources in contempt for defying a 2011 order to compensate 87 Mercer County landowners for flood damage.
The Ohio Supreme Court says newly drawn state legislative district maps are constitutional.
The Democratic Ohio Supreme Court justice who lost her election bid is not among the applicants for a coming vacancy to a separate seat.
An accusation of improperly accepting campaign donations was one highlight of Wednesday's forum with four of the six candidates for Ohio Supreme Court.
The Ohio Supreme Court says juvenile courts may issue temporary visitation rights to parents who have no blood relation to a child.