The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday over whether the federal government can pay subsidies to people in Ohio and other states that don’t have state-created health insurance marketplaces set up after the Affordable Care Act.
Clear skies predicted for much of Ohio should make for prime viewing for a meteor shower early Saturday.
A tornado has destroyed several houses and farm buildings near Springfield, but no injuries have been reported.
Officials say a fire believed to have started after a lightning strike has damaged 10 apartments in a complex on the northwest side of Columbus.
Most parts of Central Ohio saw little accumulation, but it was enough to cover roads early Tuesday and slow the morning commute.
Several Ohio members of Congress say they are not happy that the Army Corps of Engineers may wait until 2016 to issue a final report on a flood control plan for the flood-prone Blanchard River.
City and state leaders are spending a combined $5 million on new snow plows and road salt.
After being teased with a day of spring-like temperatures, Central Ohioans preparing for at least one more blast of winter.
Columbus was largely spared, but many areas south of the city had snow plows out and students at home after the latest winter storm.
Heavy overnight rain and melting snow have high water forcing the closure of several roads around Central Ohio.
The president of Marathon Petroleum Corp. says a key part of the plan was making sure progress is being made of solving the repeated flooding that has plagued the city of Findlay.