Columbus Humane seized 18 animals from a Mulford Road home in Grandview Heights Tuesday. 

Ohio Public Radio

A new patient advocate is being appointed to Ohio's medical marijuana advisory board, after Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder fired Bob Bridges last week. 

OSU Medical Center

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were more than 531,000 flu-related hospitalizations during the last influenza season.

WCBE files

Columbus City Council last night approved the sale of 300 million dollars in bonds for infrastructure improvements and other projects.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus has added eight names to the list of priests it says have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors.

The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed defenseman Zach Werenski to a three-year contract worth 15 million dollars.

The Mayor of the southwest Ohio town of Maineville was killed last night in a traffic accident. 

Ohio Public Radio

An advocate for patients in Ohio's Medical Marijuana Program says he thinks more needs to be done to serve patients. 

Ohio Public Radio

Two Planned Parenthood offices in the Cincinnati area are closing their doors.

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is calling on majority U.S. Senate Republicans to pass gun reform legislation.

Prosecutors have filed charges against an eighth Olentangy Hyatts Middle School student in a case where bodily fluids were placed inside of food given to teachers earlier this year.

Otterbein University says a football player was killed in a crash Friday morning on I-270 north at Morse Road. 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Bond is set at 50 thousand dollars for a longtime Columbus television meteorologist arrested for possessing child pornography. 

Dan Konik

Ohio’s Secretary of State is in the process of removing more than 200,000 voter registrations thought to be improperly on the rolls.

Pat Metheny

Pat Metheny remains one of the most creative and talented musicians around. Metheny brings his Side-Eye tour to Columbus Saturday night at the Southern Theatre. In this edition of Music Journeys, Metheny reflects on career, the way he processes sound, and much more. Stick around for the Fast Five at the end for more insight and a surprising revelation. Thanks for listening.   

Associated Press

Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says he supports some of Governor Mike DeWine's 17-point plan to curb gun violence.

The state's first and only prison nursery is now open at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville.  

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

A Columbus television weatherman has been charged with pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor.

Central Ohio's Meals on Wheels program is expanding to include the pets owned by seniors on a fixed income. 

Heather Anderson

Angela Perley has been writing, performing, and recording music for the last decade - all while calling Columbus home.

WCBE Files

The Ohio Highway Patrol reports slightly fewer traffic fatalities over this year's Labor Day weekend than in 2018. 

Columbus police have released the name of the victim of the city's 73rd homicide of the year.

Ohio Department of Health officials are investigating 11 additional reports of severe breathing illnesses among vapers. 

Karen Kasler / Statehouse News Bureau

A group that supports single-payer health care is highlighting a study that shows Ohioans are very worried about paying medical costs, and are taking dangerous steps because of it.

Seven Olentangy Hyatts Middle School students have been charged with putting bodily fluids inside food they fed to teachers last May. 

FirstEnergy Solutions, the owner of Ohio's two nuclear power plants, is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to stop a potential ballot issue to repeal the state’s new nuclear bailout law.

Four people we injured after a dump truck crashed into a building on Columbus' east side this morning.  

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says a branch that killed a Chillicothe woman over the weekend was dislodged.

Cincinnati-based Kroger says it will no longer allow customers to openly carry guns in its stores.

Ohio Department of Health officials say the number of fatal drug overdoses declined for the first time since 2009.