A new study suggests that fracking triggered hundreds of too-small-to-be-felt earthquakes in eastern Ohio late last year, months before the state first linked seismic activity to the oil-and-gas extraction technique.
An Ohio House committee took an odd step Tuesday in hosting an evening hearing to allow teachers to testify about a bill to repeal the new education standards known as Common Core.
As doctors in West Africa continue to fight the deadly virus, health officials in Ohio say they’re preparing for a potential Ebola threat.
Riders could soon be paying higher bus fares if increases are approved by the Central Ohio Transit Authority.
Ohio health officials say concern over the Ebola virus has begun to send some people they’re calling “the worried well” to hospitals with concerns about fevers and other flu symptoms.
A jury in southwest Ohio has convicted a suspended juvenile court judge on a single felony count, but has hung on eight others.
Police in Columbus say a man injured by a late-night hit-and-run driver on East Broad Street earlier this month has died.
Federal safely investigators have determined that pilot error was the probable cause of a fiery crash at a 2013 Ohio air show that killed a wing walker and pilot in front of thousands of horrified spectators.
The state’s cash welfare program has sent out half as many checks to Ohio families than it did three and a half years ago. The state and advocates for low-income Ohioans have very different explanations about why.
The Environmental Defense Fund says the state’s growing shale industry is a major source of methane emissions.