The former Mount Carmel doctor accused of causing the death of 25 patients has filed a lawsuit against the hospital system.  


Columbus city crews have completed repair work on a historic war monument honoring service members from the Linden area.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says allowing the state to take over dozens of pending lawsuits filed by cities and counties against opioid manufacturers and distributers is a "serious mistake."

Miami University has suspended a fraternity for 15 years. 

Madison County Sheriff's Office

A Madison County man pleaded not guilty this week to charges of killing his wife and two children in a house fire in 2008. 

Ohio State University

Ohio State University's board of trustees is scheduled to vote today on whether to fire a marketing and logistics  professor who has worked for the school for 17 years.

A settlement in a 2016 lawsuit will allow eligible voters purged from Ohio's voter rolls for inactivity between 2011 and 2019 to cast a provisional ballot in elections through 2022. 

Ohio Public Radio

Opponents hoping to overturn a bailout of Ohio's nuclear and coal-fired plants have cleared an initial hurdle to put the issue before voters next year.

Supporters of the undocumented immigrant staying in sanctuary at the Columbus Mennonite Church have delivered a request for a "Stay of Removal" to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says a man died over the weekend after falling from a cliff at Hocking Hills State Park.

A new professional minor league basketball team is set to begin play in Columbus next year.  

The former Mount Carmel doctor charged with 25 counts of murder is now scheduled for trial next June.

An Ohio woman's lawsuit against an e-cigarette maker charges it markets nicotine vapor products to teens like her daughters and fails to warn consumers about the products' high nicotine levels. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine wants to require warrants and protection orders for certain violent crimes be entered into criminal background systems.

The family behind the maker of one of the main drugs blamed for the nation’s opioid crisis has reportedly offered 12 billion dollars to settle a federal case in Cleveland. 

The state has awarded the final round of prizes in its global technology challenge seeking scientific breakthroughs to address the opioid crisis. 

A Franklin County judge has ruled a 16-year-old driver who allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian during a high-speed chase last February be tried as an adult. 

The new home of the Columbus Crew SC is another step closer to becoming a reality. 

Columbus leaders and community groups have announced nine projects to benefit the transportation and mobility needs of older adults. 

Federal prosecutors say another Columbus defendant in the MS-13 racketeering case has pleaded guilty to a charge of murder in aid of racketeering. 

Settlement records show the family of a former patient of William Husel has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with Mount Carmel Health System for 4.65 million dollars.

The battle lines have been drawn for the fight over Ohio's new energy law. 

Late on Friday, Republican Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced he’d join a U. S. Supreme Court case on whether federal civil rights laws protect LGBTQ employees from workplace discrimination – and that Ohio would be siding with the states that think they do not.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Arraignment is scheduled today for the suspect in a 2018 Columbus homicide. 

U.S. Attorney's Office

The family of a woman who was fatally shot by a Columbus vice squad officer is seeking more than 3.5 million dollars in damages in a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the officer, the city and the police division. 

Columbus City Schools will receive a "D" on the latest state report card, according to preliminary data from the Ohio Department of Education.  

Alison Holm

Members of the Columbus Education Association voted "overwhelmingly" Sunday to accept a contract offer from the Columbus City Schools, with pay increases, the promise of smaller class sizes, and better disciplinary programs for troubled students.

A confessed serial killer just hours after pleading guilty and being sentenced for the deaths of two women in Cincinnati has pleaded guilty and been sentenced for killing two women in Cleveland. 

Ohio Public Radio

Advocates say three million Americans in 40 states could lose their SNAP or food stamp benefits because of a federal rule change in how eligibility is determined at the state level.

Ohio State University via AP, File

Attorneys for men suing Ohio State University over decades-old alleged sexual misconduct by a team doctor say the growing number of accusers has topped 300.