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Grief counselors will be on hand at Walnut Springs Middle School after the death of a seventh-grader whose body was discovered in a pond Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether states, including Ohio, have the right to prohibit same-sex marriage.
Health officials say the likely source of the botulism outbreak that killed one person and sickened many others at an Ohio church potluck dinner was home-canned potatoes used in a potato salad.
Police are asking for help locating a 14-year-old Northeast Side girl who is believed to have run away from home after school Monday.
A driver accused of causing a crash that killed two pedestrians Downtown is incompetent to stand trial, according to a psychiatric evaluation by Netcare.
Search warrants show a Columbus man accused of aiding terrorists misled authorities about his identity and tried to have his brother's martyrdom photo on Facebook deleted to avoid police scrutiny.
Central Ohio drivers are seeing the cost of gas creep upward for the third week in a row.
Governor John Kasich says his ability to raise money and compete in the early primary states will guide his decision on whether to make a full run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
The numbers of confirmed and suspected cases of botulism tied to a central Ohio church potluck have risen as officials try to pinpoint the source of the illnesses.
Another marijuana legalization effort in Ohio has missed its initial state hurdle.
The following organizations are accepting donations to help with relief efforts in Nepal.
Would-be Buckeyes will bring their A games to the OSU campus Saturday in hopes of making the team.
In light of a sobering report on the state of the dam at Buckeye Lake, state and local emergency officials are conducting a small-scale evacuation exercise Saturday morning.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams shut down its scoop shops yesterday and is recalling products because of a possible listeria contamination.
Last weekend, motorists found eastbound I-670 closed from the West Side to the Short North. This weekend, it’s the eastbound lanes that will be out of commission,
Samples of food collected from a dumpster are now at the state’s laboratory in Reynoldsburg in hopes they will reveal the source of a suspected botulism outbreak that followed a church potluck in Lancaster.
A joint investigation by a Columbus newspaper and TV station has found that Ohio's computerized background-check system has been flawed and unreliable for years.
It should be more difficult to become a police officer in Ohio and recruits who make the grade should be trained longer and better. So says a panel appointed by the state’s top law enforcement official.
The Buckeyes will play at least four night games this season.
Police are investigating the death of a man who was found fatally shot in a vehicle in a fast-food restaurant parking lot on the East Side Thursday afternoon.