A man who admitted stealing rare pottery from Ohio State University and selling it to an antiques dealer has been sentenced to eight months in jail.
A recount will get underway next week in Groveport Madison, after a school levy was narrowly defeated earlier this month. Only 12 votes separate those for the levy with those who are against it. Next Wednesday, Franklin County Board of Elections officials will examine results from randomly selected precincts with paper ballots recounted at the [...]
An effective ban on Internet cafes targeted as illegal gambling operations has cleared the Ohio Legislature after more than two years of wrangling.
AAA says fewer Ohioans will travel this Memorial Day week-end. Kimberly Schwind of Ohio AAA says a sluggish economy and higher gas prices will keep some cars off the road.
April home sales increased 20 percent statewide and 36 percent in Columbus compared to the previous year.
Democrats in the Ohio Senate want to redirect millions of dollars from a proposed income tax cut to education.
A 17-year-old boy charged with killing two teenage brothers in northwest Ohio has pleaded not guilty.
Protesters turned out in Columbus and Cincinnati on Tuesday to criticize Democrats and the Internal Revenue Service.
A loaded Glock pistol was confiscated Tuesday morning by a TSA screener at Port Columbus. The gun was found in a carry-on bag of a Loveland, Ohio man.
Former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann has applied to have his law license reinstated now that he’s served a six-month suspension related to ethics violations.