Westerville City Council Tuesday approved a resolution saying  the city will officially allow refugees to resettle in the community. 

Ohio Public Radio

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says candidates for the March presidential primary ballot have been certified.  

Columbus Landmarks

The Columbus Board of Education swore in new members and elected a new president and vice president Tuesday night.


Ohio wildlife officials say a pair of bald eagles who lost their nest have relocated.

A Dublin restaurant has closed permanently after operating for more than 20 years. 

Dublin City Council Monday tabled indefinitely an ordinance restricting short-term rentals. 

Columbus police have charged a man with felonious assault following a domestic violence incident. 

A former Ohio State University swimmer has added his name to the list of atheletes who have accused the late former team doctor Richard Strauss of sexual assault, abuse and inappropriate behavior.

The Chinese auto glass maker Fuyao has announced a 46 million dollar expansion of its plant in Moraine, adding 100 jobs.  

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio’s Medicaid program has unveiled a new tool designed to help cut down on confusion when it comes to prescription drugs.

Franklin County officials today released preliminary overdose death statistics for the first nine months of 2019. 

West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority

Two suspects in an Athens murder are awaiting extradition from West Virginia. 

Ohio Public Radio

 Some Ohioans who oppose the U.S. assassination of a senior Iranian military commander took to the streets in Columbus and other cities over the weekend. 

Ohio Public Radio

As the 2020 presidential campaigns ramp up, Democrats are fine-tuning their message to voters as they try to take back the state. 

Andy Chow

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has said his major priority for 2020 is to push for his anti-gun violence package in the legislature, and DeWine took that message to hundreds of people gathered from all of Ohio's counties.

Columbus-based band The Molars host a record release show Saturday January 4 in Clintonville.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

New information has been released on the investigation of a Franklin County Sheriff's deputy who was stopped by Columbus police twice on the same night in December.  

Liberty Township Trustees have voted to rehire the longtime medical director, add three more firefighters, and rescind a proposal for EMS service from Delaware County.

A northeast Ohio teen is the state's first pediatric flu death of the year.

Former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Sam Wyche died Thursday of melanoma at his home in Pickens, South Carolina at the age of 74. 

Morris family

Columbus Police say a mother and her two-year-old daughter killed in a house fire Wednesday were the victims of homicide.  


It’s been said many times, and will be repeated often in 2020 – no Republican has won the White House without winning Ohio.

A California man is wanted in Ohio after being indicted on charges of threatening to "shoot up" Ohio State University in 2018. 

Licking County Sheriff's Office

A Pataskala man has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the shooting death of his daughter. 

Police agencies in Ohio report multiple shootings on New Year's Eve. 

Columbus fire officials say three people were found dead last night inside a burning home on the southeast side. 


Ohio’s governor is pushing back on the Trump administration over a key issue – accepting refugees.

The Ohio Attorney General is asking a court to remove the embattled Sandusky County Prosecutor from office.

Minimum wage workers in Ohio are set to get a small raise on Wednesday.

A documents review is delaying a state lawsuit aimed at recouping millions of dollars from the founder and leader of the closed Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow charter school.