A state initiative to prevent falls by older Ohioans is aiming to warn shoppers of all ages what to look for and how to avoid falling hazards amid holiday shopping.
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One person is dead and another injured after a bus struck two pedestrians outside Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Columbus early Wednesday.
A Catholic teacher who was fired after becoming pregnant through artificial insemination is set to testify on the second day of trial in her lawsuit against a Roman Catholic archdiocese and two of its schools.
The holiday week continues for lawmakers in Washington â€“ which means no more hearings on the IRS scandal. But there’s no break for Ohio groups who say they were targeted
Columbus Schools superintendent Gene Harris leaves her post next month and the school board is trying to fill her post on a temporary basis. The decision on an interim schools chief could come as early as next week.
The state Senate is preparing to release its changes to Ohio’s sweeping two-year budget.
Senators on a budget-writing committee planned to meet Tuesday afternoon to introduce an overhaul of the spending plan.
Five people in the Cincinnati area have been indicted and are expected to be arrested after prosecutors say they cheated at Ohio’s fourth and newest casino.
Itâ€™s been a rough school year for Columbus City Schools. The district is under investigation by the State Auditorâ€™s office and the FBI for tampering with student attendance data and grades. And the struggling district has a history of less-than-stellar academic results.
Three deaths in the last month have rangers and state natural resources officials increasing safety procedures at Hocking Hills State Park.
Governor John Kasich has ordered all flags be flown at half-staff on Memorial Day in honor of those who gave their lives in service to the United States.
Central Ohio communities commemorate Memorial Day today with parades and other activities. Here are some of todayâ€™s events.