Officials will host a ribbon cutting for the newest entrance of the mall of what used to be Elder-Beerman at 10 a.m.
The university in Columbus says 17th Avenue, which crosses the heart of campus, will be renamed “Annie & John Glenn Avenue.”
Ten fire engines from two counties fought to extinguish the flames Thursday night.
On Thursday, a judge recognized the improvements and accepted an agreement between the city and bar owner.
Cincinnati Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld is one of two Democrats hoping to unseat U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) in 2016.
A Kentucky man has taken the stand to express his remorse before jurors decide whether to recommend his execution for killing an 87-year-old…
The money, federal prosecutors said, was intended to support efforts to carry out violence against U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Columbus police busted what they say is one of the most intricate grow systems they have found in years, seizing over $1 million worth of ma…
For many Ohioans, it’s hard to believe people are being bought and sold as modern-day slaves in America, but, it’s happening every day in ce…
The announcement comes shortly after the university says $6.5 million will be cut from its budget.
The team says the game is a sellout and only tickets purchased through the Club or Ticketmaster are valid.
The death of a 9-year-old Ohio boy who collapsed at a youth football practice is under investigation by local law enforcement officials.
They say they plan to participate in the redistricting process and look ahead to the challenges and opportunities that may arise from the vo…
Governor John Kasich praises the outcome.
The same jury that found 57-year-old Daniel French of Berea, Kentucky, guilty of aggravated murder is to begin hearing arguments for and aga…
Dr. Mark Caleb Smith gives his perspective on the three state issues on the ballot.
In a single stroke, Ohio voters rejected a ballot proposal Tuesday to legalize marijuana for both recreational and medical use.