Columbus Police say no charges have been filed after a man was shot by an officer outside an East Side bar early Sunday.
Ohio’s governor has named a new commerce director as the state agency’s current leader is set to return to a regulatory board.
An attorney for a Cleveland police officer charged in the deaths of two unarmed suspects says the 13 officers who fired at a beat-up car after a high-speed chase in November 2012 feared for their lives when they fired 137 rounds at the vehicle.
A new independent poll shows former Ohio governor Ted Strickland leading Republican Rob Portman in the race for Portman’s U.S. Senate seat.
A state lawmaker wants Ohioans to have another choice if they want to be cremated after they die. It’s called alkaline hydrolysis. A Columbus funeral home owner used the process several years ago before state officials shut him down. The process has also gotten some criticism from at least one religious group.
A southwest Ohio judge has ruled new restrictions on traffic cameras violate the state’s constitution, granting the city of Dayton a permanent order blocking them.
Court documents indicate a fugitive deep-sea treasure hunter plans to plead guilty to a contempt of court charge related to his refusal to testify in court about gold he discovered from a historic shipwreck.
Some state lawmakers want to make it easier for Ohioans to buy cars that run on compressed natural gas, or CNG.
Indiana’s controversial religious freedom law has renewed the debate over whether businesses can use faith to refuse service to gay and transgender customers. We look at a local discrimination claim, local civil rights ordinances and whether the rules can be enforced.
Two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin has been tapped to give the Commencement address at this Spring’s Graduation ceremony.