Four people are dead in two separate accidents in Central Ohio. In Pataskala, investigators say a head-on collision on East Broad took three lives. One vehicle crossed the center line. Early this morning, the driver of a pick-up truck was killed when he slammed into a tree in a residential area south of Route 104 [...]
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Licking County, Ohio native Jay Hendren grew up on a farm near Johnstown and still puts in an occasional 15-hour day. But eight years ago he began to pursue a new line of work. He turned his farming experience into a comedy routine.
Regina Crenshaw was found not guilty this afternoon by a Franklin County Juvenile Court jury. She’d been charged with a criminal misdemeanor for not immediately calling police after the sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl at Mifflin High School, where Crenshaw was principal last year. The Columbus school board fired her because of the incident. But today’s verdict may play a factor in future litigation.
Those who suffer from adhesion-related pain often go from doctor to doctor looking for a diagnosis that will explain why they are unable to stand or sit for long periods of time.
The Ohio Secretary of State’s office says only a quarter of the state’s registered voters are expected to show up at the polls on primary election day.
Ken Blackwell and Jim Petro are calling each other hypocrites in TV ads that are airing across Ohio.
Jury deliberations continue in the trial of former Mifflin High School principal Regina Crenshaw. She was fired by the Columbus school system for failing to immediately report an assault on a 16-year-old student. Closing arguments were presented Wednesday.
Ohio State University is revising its animal research programs. Changes were made after the university was notified that it risks losing accreditation from a nationally-recognized animal care group.
A new bill in the Ohio legislature would place additional oversight and regulation on dog breeders.
Two state senators from different political parties are working together on a bill to strip Governor Bob Taft of the right to conceal certain policy documents from the public.
The Dublin school board has fired two Coffman High School lacrosse coaches in connection with a sexual assault investigation.