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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has vetoed another attempt to challenge the state's powers to issue public health orders during a pandemic.

The Clark County Coroner has identified the two people found dead inside a Mad River Township home on December 30th.

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A Cleveland school occupational therapist resigned from the district after her alleged involvement in the riots and breach at the U.S. Capitol this week.

A city spokesperson reviwing body camera footage in the shooting death of Andre Hill says an officer's instruction for other officers to turn off their cameras after shots were fired is part of an investigation into Hill's death.


Democratic Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley says she won’t seek a third term, raising expectations she will seek higher office.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says the state will move to the second phase of COVID-19 vaccine distribution in two weeks.

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed into law a gun rights bill eliminating an individual's duty to retreat before using force.

The newly elected Ohio Senate president was sworn into office from his home after contracting COVID-19 over the holidays.

The Ohio Supreme Court has reversed course and won't hear an appeal by a convicted school shooter.

Ohio's largest utility faces more than a dozen lawsuits filed by angry shareholders even as it is already battered by scandal.

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

An Ohio death row inmate who survived an execution attempt died Monday, with COVID-19 as the suspected cause.

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The second Columbus Police officer on the Andre Hill shooting scene says she saw no threats or weapons but did not have a clear view of the scene.  

The Ohio Supreme Court has issued an order stopping utilities from collecting a monthly fee to subsidize two nuclear power plants, part of the state's scandal-scared nuclear plant bailout law approved in 2019.

Marion police are calling the deaths of a husband and wife found in the garage of their East Center Street home Saturday an apparent murder-suicide.

Clermont County Sheriff's Office

The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the arrest of a Clermont County man for holding a gun while intoxicated in his home.  

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Body camera footage released Wednesday shows Andre Hill, a 47-year-old Black man, emerging from a garage and holding up a cellphone in his left hand seconds before he is fatally shot by a white Columbus police officer.

A police officer who shot and killed a Black man holding a cell phone in Columbus early Tuesday did not activate his body camera beforehand, and dash cameras on the officers’ cruiser were also not activated, city officials said.

A Franklin County  judge has blocked the collection of electric bill fees expected to be added  next year under the 1 billion dollar nuclear power plant bailout law at the center of a federal bribery probe.

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A Whitehall woman has been charged with murder in the death of an infant whose body was found in a trash bag floating along the banks of the Mississippi River nearly 30 years ago.

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Ohio State University has tallied hundreds more instances of alleged decades-old sexual misconduct by now-deceased team doctor Richard Strauss, bringing the total to more than 2,000, according to its latest campus crime data disclosed under the federal Clery Act.

A federal court says Ohio can’t keep refusing to allow people to change the gender listings on their birth certificates.

A Montana real estate agent who secured a 14 million dollar judgment against the operator of a Worthington-based neo-Nazi website for orchestrating an anti-Semitic harassment campaign against her Jewish family is seeking a court order compelling the man to disclose information about his assets and finances.

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Columbus Crew SC today announced that the core of its 2020 MLS Cup-winning roster is set to return for the 2021 season.

The New York Times reports the Cleveland Indians are changing their name after 105 years.

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A U.S. marshal said Friday that his description of the fatal shooting of a Black man by a white sheriff’s deputy as justified was premature and based on insufficient information.


The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for the man convicted of killing five women and raping a sixth over a 10-year period.

A previously undisclosed document shows Ohio Governor Mike DeWine disregarded a last-minute plea from Republican insiders in selecting the utility regulator now under legal and financial scrutiny.


A preliminary autopsy report of a Black man killed by an Ohio deputy last week showed clear signs of him being shot in the back multiple times, an attorney for the victim’s family said Thursday.


A Black Columbus man shot by a Franklin County sheriff’s deputy died from multiple gunshot wounds in his torso, a coroner said Wednesday citing preliminary autopsy results.

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The University of Michigan canceled its annual rivalry football game at Ohio State University on Tuesday because of the COVID-19 outbreak within the Wolverines' program.