The number of teachers who have signed up to take advantage of a free training program offered by a gun rights group is growing. But there are still a lot of questions about the idea of arming teachers in schools.
The class offered by the Buckeye Firearms Association will include free tuition, ammunition, and lodging for 24 Ohio teachers.
The state Senate has passed a bill to let Ohio lawmakers and visitors to the state Capitol leave guns in vehicles parked in the Statehouse garage.
Many of the thousands of companies that allow the U.S. to go to war will gather in Columbus this week for a conference hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association.
The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the actions of police officers who pulled over a suicidal man, then took his gun from the glove compartment without a warrant.
The NRA and some lawmakers want to do away with the requirement that drivers legally carrying a gun immediately tell a police officer if they’re pulled over.
The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office says another home was burglarized minutes earlier.
Majority Republicans argued allowing Ohioans to bring hidden guns to bars, as long as they themselves aren’t drinking, is a good idea because it could help them defend themselves against criminal attack and it could deter crime.
A new effort to get illegal guns off the streets is launched by Columbus City officials.
A city-wide effort by Columbus Police to stop teen violence and prevent hot spots for crime is getting criticism from some residents. They are worried not enough officers remain on the streets and too much gun violence is still occurring.