The film “The Interview” is coming to Central Ohio. The Grandview Theater and the Gateway Film Center will screen the motion picture starting Thursday.
Down gas prices are expected to have more people driving around the state today, which is already one of the biggest travel days of the year.
An Ohio judge who mistakenly approved a divorce between two women has vacated that decision because their marriage isn’t recognized under state law.
2014 brought several big cases to the Republican-dominated Ohio Supreme Court, which delivered opinions that surprised some observers. A look back on 2014 with a review of the biggest decisions from the state’s highest court.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital has announced a $130 million expansion.
A Columbus teenager says she pulled into a car by a masked man, duct taped, and sexually assaulted before being released.
Relatives of a woman who died in Cleveland police custody last month want more answers about what happened.
Holiday moods often run the gamut between joy and melancholy. And, an Ohio State University researcher says an individual’s great expectations have a bearing on whether someone smiles or frowns. College of Social Work Professor, Gilbert Greene, says the key is to identify whether stress is likely to help or hurt one’s mood.
For the hungry in some Columbus neighborhoods, emergency food supplies will be only a text away. The city will spend $135,000 to help to create a mobile scheduling program for selected food pantries.
The man accused of ambushing and shooting to death two New York City police officers before killing himself was arrested twice in Springfield.