Columbus police say a double murder suspect was shot and wounded Wednesday by officers near Parsons Avenue and Kossuth Street. He was taken into custody shortly after the killings.
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More than 200 state jobs will be eliminated as Ohio shifts its economic development functions to a new semi-private jobs board.
A group of Ohio college students from Somalia has raised more than $17,000 from door-to-door donations to help Somali victims of the East African famine.
A spokesperson for Governor John Kasich says talks are still planned for tomorrow with members of We Are Ohio despite the group’s request for the law’s repeal first – before negotiations.
A new jobs survey shows Central Ohio shed jobs during the second quarter. The region’s job picture darkened especially in June.
If drafted, the former Buckeye will have to sit out the first five games of the NFL season.
Republican leaders, including Governor John Kasich, now want to compromise on the state’s new public employee collective bargaining law. Should lawmakers and union leaders compromise and keep the divisive issue off the ballot?
Health officials say a wet spring has led to a bumper crop of mosquitoes including more carrying the West Nile virus.