I-70 Westbound on the East side from I-270 to Miller-Kelton Avenues will remain closed for several hours.
Four Capital University students were robbed at gunpoint this morning on the Bexley campus.
Leaders in the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus claim not enough of the economic recovery has happened within larger inner-city communities.
Governor John Kasich visited South Carolina this week, a state that holds the third presidential contest in 2016. But as the Governor tests the waters for the GOP presidential nomination, how are southern voters reacting?
A three year old boy died in a mobile home fire this morning in the 3000 block of Marion-Waldo Road in Pleasant Township. Firefighters tried to rescue him when they arrived on the scene.
A state panel formed in the wake of several recent police-involved deaths in Ohio and around the nation heard complains and frustrations about police relations when it met Monday night.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. Suicide prevention is the goal of a training program at Ohio State University called “Reach.”
Music, fashion and photography will combine to enlighten performers and participants about human trafficking and how they can be a solution to the problem. Concept Freedom is a three-day summit at Ohio State that starts today.
A Central Ohio solar company is blaming Ohio’s freeze on green energy standards for some of the slowdown in its business.
Many homeowners in Central Ohio whose property value declined during the housing crisis are breathing a sigh of relief. It’s estimated that there’s been nearly a 50 percent drop in the number of Central Ohio homes underwater. And local real estate experts say 2015 will be a great time to refinance or sell a home.