Police officers and ministers are joining mental health, probation and prosecutor’s office representatives on a new Ohio panel to study possible updates to police training.
WOSU News Archives For: October 23, 2012
State Auditor Dave Yost says no additional irregularities in attendance and enrollment practices have been found in the second round of his statewide data-tampering probe.
The teenage suspect in the slayings of three men lured by phony Craigslist job offers acknowledges he had chances to report the alleged triggerman to police but never did so.
According to state figures released Tuesday, the unemployment rate for central Ohio fell from 6.0 percent in August to 5.7 percent last month. That’s the lowest level in more than more than four years and more than a full percent below the current statewide average.
A judge has ordered a central Ohio man held without bond after he was accused of gunning down a man who went to check on a possible break-in at his rental property.
The Oxford, Ohio college says it will discipline two male students responsible for putting an offensive flier about rape in a coed dorm bathroom.
A Columbus man becomes the first person convicted in West Virginia on federal bath salts distribution charges and will spend two years in prison.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden hosted a rare joint-rally Tuesday in Dayton.
The group thatâ€™s backing a proposed change to Ohioâ€™s constitution over redistricting is putting ads on the air statewide. Opponents insist the ad is misleading.
Ohio voters are asked once every 20 years if they want state leaders to meet to propose constitutional amendments.