Officials in Columbus and Dayton Dayton are aiming to capitalize on backlash against a religious-objections law in neighboring Indiana that critics say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
A smaller housing inventory has slowed home sales and driven up prices in Central Ohio. How long will that trend stick around?
An Ohio State University professor is leading an archaeological project that could help doctors better understand how the deadly bacteria has evolved over the last 160 years.
The Buckeyes play Virginia Commonwealth University in Portland, and hope to improve on last year’s loss to the University of Dayton in the opening round.
Columbus city leaders say they will file a lawsuit to repeal a new state law that effectively bans red light cameras.
The future of Buckeye Lake and it’s troubled dam were the subject of a town hall meeting that brought out nearly 500 people Monday night.
Arrowhead Elementary School teacher Matthew Rausenberg was arrested late Monday on felony rape and gross sexual imposition charges.
The OSU women’s basketball team is returning to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2012.
Brutus the Buckeye was created in 1965 out of a contest to find the next mascot, and he’s come a long way since those early days of papier-mâché.
OSU says beginning in the fall, all first-year students who attend at least half-time with one on-campus course will have to be fully vaccinated.