State officials removed five tigers from a Marion County property on Monday after the owner failed to complete the necessary steps to legally keep the animals.
Science and religion don't always get along. In fact, they have often been mortal enemies. But, an OSU psychologist has used to science to try to explain why so many people are attracted to religion.
Ohio voters can begin casting their ballots today for the November 3 general election.
Ezekiel Elliott was named the Big Ten offensive player of the week for his 274-yard, three-touchdown game against Indiana Saturday.
There were changes atop the major college football polls, but none of them involved the Buckeyes, who held onto their No. 1 rankings despite a narrow escape in their Big Ten opener at Indiana Saturday.
A two-year-old girl who disappeared Friday night from her great-grandparents' house in northeast Ohio has been found alive in a nearby field.
The city of Columbus plans to start a pilot program next year to reduce the use of plastic bags by retailers.
A man who was being sought as person of interest in the shooting deaths of his mother and girlfriend outside Mt. Vernon last week is in custody.
For the fourth week in a row, retail gasoline prices went higher in Columbus, even though the national average price of gas in September was the lowest monthly average since February, according to the auto club AAA.
Ezekiel Elliott scored on touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards in the second half, and No. 1 Ohio State came up with a final goal line stand to escape with a 34-27 win over Indiana on Saturday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A lobbyist has agreed to plead guilty to extortion in a scandal involving the bribery of…
The focus of a search for a “person of interest” in a Knox County double murder shifted to Columbus overnight.
Saying they are “done sitting on the sidelines,” female Democratic legislators and groups supporting abortion rights proposed a half-dozen bills on Wednesday and vowed to fight Republican efforts to further limit abortion access.
The Ohio House has approved a bill that would limit public employers' use of criminal background information in hiring.
The number of deer-vehicle collisions continues to decline in Ohio, but the cost of repairing damaged vehicles is on the rise. To say nothing of what those collisions cost the deer.
A federal consumer watchdog is putting companies that service student loans on notice today: Unclear, inconsistent and unfair treatment is hurting borrowers and driving up defaults, and the agency intends to set standards and enforce them.
A woman was shot and a man was stabbed during an early-morning mini-crime wave that targeted OSU campus-area pizza restaurants.
A painting stolen by the Nazis during World War II has been recovered in Columbus and returned to the Polish government.
A Columbus woman has pleaded not guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter and child endangering after authorities said her young daughter died from ingesting heroin.
A man drowned while reportedly swimming in a pond at a Northeast Side apartment complex late Sunday night, Columbus police said.