This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Two robbery suspects are dead and two others have been taken into custody after a police-involved shooting on Columbus’ southeast side. Authorities say police were staking out a Dollar General on Alum Creek Drive around 8:45 p.m. Friday, after a series of recent robberies. Police say they saw two suspects enter and hold up a [...]
A central Ohio woman told police she was dragged into the bushes off a walking trail, sexually assaulted and set on fire.
The trial of suspended Steubenville schools superintendent Michael McVey has been delayed until Jan. 12.
The Ohio Supreme Court is weighing arguments by attorneys for a Cleveland killer of 11 women that he deserves a new trial because a hearing about the suppression of evidence was closed to the public.
A jury in southwest Ohio has decided that a 19-year-old man should be executed for killing an 18-year-old U.S. Navy recruit.
A central Ohio man has been sentenced to life in prison after admitting that he killed his wife and hid her body under some boxes in their basement.
A former county clerk in Fairfield County and her husband will each spend time behind bars for stealing thousands of dollars in salaries paid for work by county employees on her political campaigns.
Early statistics show that more than one-third of Ohio’s public schools restrained at least one student during the last school year, and about 13 percent of public schools isolated children in seclusion rooms.
The state says the number of Ohioans imprisoned for failing to pay child support is dropping thanks to changes in the law meant to keep first-time low-level offenders out of prison.
Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation has released details about the officer-involved shooting at a Dayton-area Walmart that left John Crawford III dead.