The owner of a Columbus-area Latino market chain was arrested, this [Tuesday] morning, in connection with a drug ring.
The Ohio Supreme Court has heard a case brought by charter schools contending they are entitled to equipment bought by their management company with taxpayer dollars without having to pay for the property.
Ohio’s prisons agency says it’s working with the private vendor hired to feed inmates to develop a new menu for the fall and winter.
Columbus fire officials say at least ten people were transported to local hospitals after an apartment fire on the Northeast side Tuesday morning.
With cooler temperatures hitting Ohio and winter on the horizon, many medical experts say it’s time to protect ourselves against the flu. There’s a particular push to vaccinate those 65 and older.
Police say a tow-truck driver hooking up a vehicle was struck and killed by a car that went out of control on State Route 104.
Central Ohio home sales hit a record high, last month, despite fewer people buying.
Attendance in Reynoldsburg schools took a hit as teachers went on strike. Members of the Reynoldsburg Education Association returned to picket lines Monday. No new talks are scheduled.
A grand jury has started looking into the fatal shooting of a man by police in a Dayton-area Walmart to determine whether charges should be filed in the case that has drawn national attention.
Most farmers are reporting they are producing more bushels this year, but the price they’re able to get for the commodity has been roughly cut in half compared to last year.