An auto glass company says it will add up to 350 jobs over the next three years and expand its headquarters in central Ohio.
Police say a woman was fatally stabbed and a man wounded in what they are calling an attempted murder-suicide overnight near Ohio State's campus.
Charlie Wilson, who represented southeastern Ohio in Washington for two terms after winning a write-in campaign, has died at the age of 70.
The former business administrator of a southwest Ohio center for developmentally disabled adults has pleaded guilty in the theft of more than $400,000 from the facility.
Ohio State's football team closes out spring workouts tomorrow with the annual scrimmage.
About 16,000 Ohio Farm Bureau Federation members insured by Medical Mutual of Ohio have been warned some of their personal information may have been compromised.
Ohio is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters to launch a new initiative to help foster children who "age out" of the system.
Local activists in central Ohio are trying to save a century-old downtown orphanage that officials say has become a hazard and must be torn down.
Today's the deadline for Ohioans to register to vote for the May 7th primary election.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says visitors can camp for free at 54 campgrounds on April 18.
For the second time in less than a week, Ohio State University has issued a public safety alert and increased security following a threat on a chat site referencing potential violence on the Columbus campus.
An Ohio family that failed to return from an airboat excursion in the remote Florida Everglades is back on dry land.
Calling his three years at Ohio State the best of his life, forward Deshaun Thomas announced today that he will forego his final season of eligibility as a Buckeye.
Authorities in northeast Ohio say the deaths are under investigation as a double homicide.
A state-funded addiction treatment center has opened as part of ongoing efforts to battle the region's prescription painkiller and heroin epidemic.
The top lawyer for the Ohio prisons system steps down this month after more than three decades to take a new job with the Ohio attorney general's office.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed two bills that make election law changes in state.
Supporters say a bill in the Ohio legislature would clarify confusing rules governing birth certificates and help adoptees get access to medical and other information from adoption files.
The Federal Aviation Administration target list of towers to close includes the Ohio State University and Bolton Field airports in Columbus and the Cuyahoga County Airport.
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Director Gary Mohr says he spoke with Tom Clements as recently as Monday when they discussed issues surrounding executions.