The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio last week rejected a request from American Electric Power to have customers subsidize two coal plants. So what will it mean for future utility proposals in Ohio?
Fairfield County Sheriff Dave Phalen says one of his deputies happened upon dozens of cars in a field.
Investigation of possible absentee ballot fraud has expanded into Franklin County.
Ohio is shutting down one of its Bureau of Motor Vehicles branches in Franklin County. The agency had been issuing fake ID cards.
A Franklin County resident pleaded guilty to voter registration fraud Friday. She faces probation and fines.
Two National Century executives appeared in court Thursday morning. A federal judge ruled to keep them in custody after investigators alleged they were planning to flee to Aruba.
Pension funds and investment groups from throughout the country have a stake in the National Century criminal trial. A group of investors has a $1.6 billion civil lawsuit against two of the five executives convicted of fraud in federal court yesterday.
The Ohio attorney general accuses six companies of cheating Ohioans by falsely claiming to save their houses from foreclosure.
Local officials have a mixed view on the likelihood of credit fraud to to electronic commerce.
Franklin County’s elections director says he has turned over more than 500 potentially fraudulent voter registration cards to the county prosecutor for possible criminal charges.
Seven former executives of a suburban Columbus company have been indicted for a total of 60 major crimes in what authorities are calling the largest fraud scheme ever uncovered in a private, non – traded company