Ohio senators have passed a bill to bar schools from using the results of new proficiency tests to determine a student's advancement to the next grade level.
A Franklin County judge criticized Columbus City Schools yesterday for putting Spanish-language classes at East High School in the hands of a long-term substitute who didn’t know Spanish and showed students a movie containing graphic sex and violence.
A proposal to make "Hang On Sloopy" Ohio's official rock song has struck the right note with state representatives.
The Ohio House has approved a bill expanding the availability of a drug overdose antidote being used across Ohio to save addicts on the brink of death.
They were her children. And Bobbi Sue Pack was supposed to protect them.
Lauren Hill has won an all-conference honor for the courage she showed in playing at Mount St. Joseph despite an inoperable brain tumor.
A late-winter mix of snow, rain, sleet, and flooding will make life unpleasant for central Ohioans, though we will not suffer as much as some others.
Ohio's superintendent says the state won't withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
Statewide Tornado Drill postponed to Friday, March 6th at 9:50 am. Regular weekly Outdoor Warning Siren test held today at noon.
Ohio residents would be able to pay for a new driver’s license, registration or plates with a swipe of a credit or debit card under a two-year, $7 billion transportation spending bill passed by the Ohio House of Representatives yesterday.
An overnight accident left a Franklin County Sheriff’s deputy injured and shut down a key freeway interchange for part of the morning rush-hour.
Crew Stadium will be called MAPFRE Stadium after the team signed a multiyear naming-rights deal.
Ohio emergency management officials say a statewide tornado drill has been pushed back two days because more wintry weather is on the way.
Cleveland's mayor is apologizing after the city suggested in court documents that a 12-year-old boy who had a pellet gun when he was shot by police died as a result of his own actions.
The Blue Jackets traded veteran defenseman Jordan Leopold to the Minnesota Wild Monday, ahead of the NHL’s trade deadline, but thereby – as Shakespeare would say – hangs a tale
A northeast Ohio bridal shop that was linked to an Ebola survivor and later announced plans to close has put its building up for sale.
The Ohio House is poised to approve a two-year state transportation budget that adds certain training requirements for prospective drivers and allows the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to accept credit and debit cards.
Spring is less than three weeks away, but winter shows no sign of loosening its grip on the northern U.S.
Columbus motorists are finding gas prices higher as they start the work week.
Police reportedly say a fatal stabbing in a neighborhood near Ohio State University might be a case of misplaced revenge and mistaken identity.