Columbus police say one woman was stabbed and killed last night following an argument with the father of her children. 

Columbus police shot and wounded a man early Sunday who authorities say was armed and threatened to shoot patrons at an after-hours club. 

Ohio Public Radio

The latest fundraising numbers show Ohio's gubernatorial race could be the most expensive in state history. 

State officials say total tax collections for August exceeded projections. 

A report by researchers at Ohio State University shows child-custody policies are not uniform in the state.

Officials at Columbus State Community College are announcing a new partnership with Amazon to offer cloud-computing courses beginning next month.  

As part of a nationwide effort to provide permanent, affordable housing to non-elderly residents with disabilities, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than two million dollars to a dozen public housing agencies in Ohio.

Ohio State University wants a judge to dismiss three federal lawsuits filed by former students alleging sexual misconduct by a team doctor.

The two major-party gubernatorial candidates will debate three times this fall. 

Reynoldsburg police say a 14-year-old boy has been charged for making threats against a high school.

One of the victims of the 2017 Ohio State Fair ride accident died on Friday.  

Columbus police have identified the victims of a double shooting late Wednesday night on the north side. 

A Marion County grand jury has declined to indict two law enforcement officers involved in the shooting of a domestic violence suspect in early July. 

Akron Police Department

An Ohio appeals court has denied former Akron Police Captain Douglas Prade's request for a new trial for the murder of his wife. 

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has released a list of the most dangerous intersections in the area.

A fornmer Ohio State University College of Engineering student is suing the school and the director of the Center for Automotive Research alleging sexual and racial harassment and retaliation.

Whitehall school district officials have placed a Yearling High School employee on leave following an allegation of sexual misconduct with a student. 

The Hilliard City Schools have placed a teacher on administrative leave during an internal investigation of what officials say was a classroom activity that should never have taken place. 

Ohio Public Radio

Republican gubernatorial nominee Mike DeWine has unveiled his new education plan, which includes cutting the amount of state standardized testing.  

Garfield Heights Police Department

Garfield Heights police say two teen siblings were shot and killed by their mother's boyfriend Wednesday night. 

Columbus Division of Police

Columbus police officials have 'paused' the operations of the vice squad for the next four weeks to conduct an internal review. 

Cincinnati Police

Cincinnati police have identified the slain gunman in a downtown high-rise shooting that left three other people dead and two more wounded.  

Associated Press

President Trump headlined the Ohio Republican Party’s annual state dinner in August.

Four Dead In Cincinnati Bank Shooting

Sep 6, 2018

Four people are dead including a gunman, after a shooting this morning at the Fifth Third bank tower in downtown Cincinnati. 

WCBE files

The head of the Columbus Board of Education says one of the six finalists for a new superintendent has dropped out of consideration.

The Ohio Attorney General's office says the former head of the Coshocton Metropolitan Housing Authority has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than 430 thousand dollars from the agency between 2012 and 2017.

The campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rich Cordray says former President Obama will campaign for Ohio Democrats at a rally in Cleveland next Thursday. 

Columbus Division of Police

The man charged with pointing a laser at a Columbus Police helicopter on two occassions last July has been indicted on four criminal counts. 

Capital University plans to offer a 50 percent tuition break for undergraduates whose families work in "mission-centered" nonprofit and public-service jobs.