Comedian Dave Chappelle says he will perform at a benefit this weekend for the victims of the August 4th shootings in Dayton and their families. 

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A now-former Madison Correctional institution employee has been arrested on charges of writing out a hit list of co-workers.

Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee and former Ohio Governor John Kasich are forming a nonprofit organization that will work to steer money from any national opioid settlement to hospitals and health-based research.

Governor Mike DeWine has signed an executive order creating the Ohio School Safety Center as a division of Ohio Homeland Security.

Governor Mike DeWine says the Ohio Department of Medicaid has received federal approval for it's Children's Health Insurance Program initiative, designed to enhance and expand Medicaid's lead abatement program.

The Ohio Supreme Court won't hear a Dayton abortion clinic's challenge of the state's increasingly stringent operational rules, placing the facility's future in question. 

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A new plan to redevelop Cooper Stadium is proceeding. 


An independent report of Columbus Division of Police operations has revealed disparities in the way residents and officers within the division experience policing.

Columbus police have filed charges against two teens in the June shooting death of another teen. 

Local leaders and activists are condemning an event that took place over the weekend on Sawmill Road by members of the group the Proud Boys.  

A newly announced diversion program by the Columbus City Attorney's office is designed to break the cycle of repeat offenders by looking at the causes of their crimes.

Endo Pharmaceuticals says it has reached a settlement in its claims with the first two Ohio counties set to go to trial in the national opioid lawsuit.

Former Cuyahoga County judge Lance Mason has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing his ex-wife last year. 

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Voting rights activists recently said 4 thousand Ohioans  were wrongly on a list of 235 thousand registrations provided by counties set to be purged from the rolls next month. 

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled state employees may be fired while they're still in probationary periods. 

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Former Democratic Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner has announced plans to seek a seat next year on the Ohio Supreme Court. 

For the first time in several years, the Columbus City Schools district is preparing for the new year with an-all staff convocation this morning, a pep rally to share a vision of the year ahead. 

A federal judge has fined a northeast Ohio company 250 thousand dollars and has placed it on two years' probation for covering up previous safety concerns during an investigation of an accident that killed one worker and seriously injured another in 2012.

A northeast Ohio man has pleaded not guilty to threatening a Jewish community center in a video police say shows him shooting a rifle. 

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A Newark man has been sentenced to four years in prison in the death of his foster child.  

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Planned Parenthood says it will no longer provide birth control, HIV and STD testing and other health services with federal money known as Title X funds.

Butler County Sheriff's Office

Federal prosecutors say two former members of an Ohio militia group have pleaded guilty to charges related to bomb making.

The Mayor of Dayton, where nine people were slain in a mass shooting August 4, says a round-the-clock security detail was assigned to her because of hate-filled messages she received following verbal sparring with President Trump after his visit to a Dayton hospital earlier this month.

New Middletown police say a man accused of making a threat to a Jewish center on social media has been arrested on telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing charges. 

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is dismissing a legislator's proposal to use fentanyl to execute death row inmates as the state struggles to find a lethal injection protocol that will be approved by the courts. 

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Long-time Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman will become the first inductee into the team's Hall of Fame who is not a player, manager or general manager.

Eleven Cleveland-area high school football players were victims of hazing at a camp in June, including four who were sexually assaulted by teammates, court records show.


Earlier this week, a State Medical Board of Ohio committee decided there wasn’t enough scientific proof that medical marijuana would help with anxiety and autism spectrum disorder. 

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The refusal of pharmaceutical companies to sell the state lethal injection drugs has capital punishment at a virtual standstill.

Funeral arrangements are pending for a Dayton civil rights icon.