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The battle against the West Nile virus continues in the streets and alleys of Columbus.
The City of Columbus is providing free bulk trash drop-off locations for the OSU campus area to help keep it clean during the days between now and Aug. 17 when students vacate off-campus apartments.
Central Ohio motorists are find lower gas prices to start the work week after one survey found nationwide prices saw their biggest drop of the year.
Severe thunderstorms threatened, but never delivered on the threats in central Ohio Sunday, though people in other parts of Ohio weren’t so lucky.
A Columbus music company, a drum manufacturer and three traveling drum corps are teaming up to help out a central Ohio marching band left with outdated and inadequate equipment when a booster allegedly stole tens of thousands of the band’s funds.
A ride at Cedar Point amusement park that swings riders as high as 125 feet has been closed indefinitely after a cable snapped, injuring two visitors.
Two teenagers have been arrested following gunfire that wounded two people and sent shoppers scrambling at Eastland Mall Friday afternoon.
The weekend in central Ohio may be punctuated by severe weather.
As the state resumes testing mosquitoes for West Nile virus, local health officials continue their battle against the pests.
Police in Dublin say, after a recent downturn, they are seeing an increase in thefts from homes and vehicles.
Buckeye Nation was still reeling Friday morning from the news that the director of OSU’s storied marching band had been fired amid allegations he knew about and ignored "serious cultural issues" including sexual harassment.
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in retail chain Hobby Lobby’s challenge to the federal healthcare reform law, a trio of Ohio lawmakers are introducing a measure they say will prevent employers from excluding birth control from health insurance coverage.
Authorities say a former booster club treasurer accused of stealing about $67,000 meant for a Licking County high school band has been indicted for theft.
A northeast Ohio man is behind bars, accused of murdering his wife and teenage daughter in New York nearly 20 years ago and dumping their bodies in two other states.
Prosecutors say an Ashland woman has been sentenced to 32 years in federal prison for enslaving a mentally disabled woman through threats and intimidation.
Ohio State University Marching Band directorJon Waters has been fired for allowing an "environment conducive to sexual harassment."
The Columbus Division of Fire has taken a half dozen ladder trucks out of service after they were voluntarily recalled by their Dublin-based manufacturer.
A Cleveland police official says a man found dead at a Lorain County landfill may have fallen down a five- or six-story garbage chute at Progressive Field in Cleveland and landed in a large waste container.
Ten months after his bedridden wife died of an overdose of prescription drugs, a Milford Center man has been arrested for her murder.
A candlelight vigil staged by family and friends remembered a slain central Ohio teen on the day she would have turned 18.