The number of Americans filling applications for unemployment benefits dropped last week, matching a 42-year low.
A career fair will be held April 23 in Columbus.
Warren County Judge Michael Gilb set the bail amount Thursday at $350,000.
Mark Piepmeier is being appointed to review the April 5 decision by Judge Beth Root and decide if criminal charges are warranted.
Officers will be working at the former Hookah Star in the 1200 block of Wayne Avenue starting at 9 a.m.
Police say the person in the photo tried to use a stolen credit card on April 10 around 2:30 a.m.
Investigators say Darren Woods’ apartment is within 200 feet of St Mary’s Catholic School.
The Ohio Secretary of State’s Office says petitioners will now need to collect 305,591 signatures in order to place the issue on the ballot.
More than 350 students were able to get up close and personal to more than a dozen robots.
Police say these areas will be targeted for extra patrols in the coming months in an effort to reduce car accidents.
Portman’s Democratic opponent, former Gov. Ted Strickland, has criticized him repeatedly for following the GOP opposition led by Senate Majo…
A new Cleveland law raises the age limit for the legal purchase of tobacco products from 18 to 21.
The Ohio Ballot Board is ready to consider another medical marijuana proposal.
Low-cost airline carrier, Allegiant Air, is set to begin offering service to Orlando and Tampa.
It reportedly happened in the 600 block of East Cassilly Street.
“After last night’s freeze, the most tender apple we have here—Fuji—still has four out of five alive.”
The Dayton Police Department is lending its support to the Columbus Police Department after one of their own was fatally shot in the line of…