Several hundred people gathered Tuesday night in east Columbus to protest a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting and killing Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
Gale force winds blowing through Central Ohio caused disruption on the roads, in homes, and in the skies.
The village of Mt. Sterling may have suffered more than its share of hard times, but the cafe on the corner keeps spirits high,
The federal government recommends demolishing over 200 buildings at the site of a former Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.
State labor officials say Ohio employers added about 1,000 workers in September, and about 14,000 people left state unemployment roles.
The head of the Ohio Hispanic Coalition says Columbus has a large stake in potential changes to immigration law. Joseph Mas says the city has a larger undocumented population than other Ohio cities.
A police officer’s presence would be required for tickets to be issued from red-light cameras around Ohio under a bill that’s cleared the Ohio Senate.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority has decided to leave fares as they are at least for the time being.
Ohio University is accepting donations to assist students displaced by a weekend fire that heavily damaged a city block near campus.
A culminating event of March Madness will call Columbus home in a few years. The NCAA has awarded Columbus the 2018 Final Four in women’s college basketball.
An anti-gambling group tells the Ohio Supreme Court parents of public school students should be given legal standing to sue Gov. John Kasich over his decision to legalize slots-like video lottery terminals and use some proceeds for non-educational purposes.