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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.
Despite a third straight week of gas price increases in central Ohio, motorists are still enjoying the lowest early-autumn prices since 2004.
The Buckeyes and Michigan State remain 1-2 in the major college football polls again this week as both prepare to enter Big Ten play.
Ohio’s minimum wage workers will not get raises in 2016.
It will be up to Republican Gov. John Kasich to call a special election to fill the Ohio congressional seat being vacated by House Speaker John Boehner.
ale Jones threw two touchdown passes early on and Adolphus Washington returned an interception 20 yards for a score to lead No. 1 Ohio State to a 38-12 win over Western Michigan on Saturday.
A new silent killer, addictive and lethal, is stalking Ohioans and killing them in massive numbers.
A new partnership between the office of Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and tech giant Google will make it easier for entrepreneurs to start small businesses in the state and establish an online presence.
While trying to extend college football’s longest current winning streak to 17 games Saturday, the top-ranked Buckeyes will also be looking for the magic formula that will turbo-charge an offense that fans and pundits expected to be explosive and dominating, but has misfired often during the season’s first three games.
People who want to help animal rescue groups will gather to raise awareness and funds at Dublin’s Coffman Park Sunday afternoon for the annual Dublin Pet Fair.
Authorities say an eight-month-old baby boy was found dead in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart in northeast Ohio after he was left in a car for hours.
A Columbus lawmaker wants to protect Ohioans who break into locked vehicles to rescue children or pets on hot days from lawsuits.
The leader of the Ohio Senate has introduced a bill that would divert government funding from Planned Parenthood.
America’s top bellwether state landed the first 2016 presidential debate Wednesday, a Sept. 26 matchup at Wright State University near Dayton.
Cardale Jones will remain top-ranked Ohio State's quarterback Saturday against Western Michigan.
Four African lions born last month are ready to make their first public appearance in the lion yard at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in central Ohio.