The Franklin County Board of Elections has dismissed a slate of voter-registration challenges lodged by the Ohio Voter Integrity Project.
Former Ohio Schools Superintendent Stan Heffner will not face criminal charges, despite questions about his work for an educational testing contractor.
A New Mexico-based company is recalling 76 types of peanut butter and almond butter after one of its products was linked to a salmonella outbreak at Trader Joe's stores.
Inmates at Ohio's prison for women are making sleeping mats for homeless people using an all-too-familiar artifact of the modern world: plastic grocery bags.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says students will have until Dec. 14 to submit a 60-second video on the importance of being aware of scams and avoiding them.
A state appeals court has upheld the murder conviction of a southwest Ohio man in the 2008 bathtub drowning of his wife.
A new poll shows Democrat Sherrod Brown has a slight lead in his bid for re-election to the U.S. Senate.
On the final week before the debates begin, both presidential candidates return to Ohio as the start of early voting nears.
Funeral services will be held Monday for an off-duty Columbus Police officer who died this week after her vehicle collided head-on with an ambulance.
The state says dispatcher error and a blind spot were factors in Wednesday's coal mine rail car collision in Perry County that injured five men.
The State Highway Patrol says two men were injured yesterday when a driver failed to stop at an Erie County railroad crossing and struck a train car.
Sixteen people who previously rejected plea deals were convicted yesterday of hair- and beard- cutting attacks on fellow Amish in Ohio.
Executive privilege is among Republican Governor John Kasich's arguments in a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Democratic Party over access to his schedule of appearances.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a Greek Orthodox priest on sex crime charges in a sting that developed after he posted an ad on an adult social networking site.
Two Ohioans are among three people charged by Federal authorities in a multi-million-dollar scheme involving the sale of Iraqi currency and two non-existent hedge funds.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is planning a more aggressive schedule of campaign events in Ohio and Colorado.
The top Ohioan on the newly released Forbes 400 list of the richest people in America is Les Wexner of New Albany.
Images by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz will be on display at the Wexner Center for the Arts starting Saturday and running though December 30th.
Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz is in Washington today to brief officials considering a bill that would restrict the private ownership and breeding of lions, tigers and other exotic animals.
Ohio this morning executed the Columbus man convicted of killing two strangers on a Belmont County road in 1989.