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Columbus City Council President and mayoral candidate Andrew Ginther went before reporters at City Hall Monday to defend both himself and the city amid pay-to-play allegations surrounding a red light camera company
Columbus officials on Monday canceled a water advisory that had been in effect for the past two weeks in parts of the city.
Authorities say search teams are combing the land in southern Ohio where the body of a missing woman was found over the weekend.
It was easier to sell a home in central Ohio last month and well worth the effort as sales and prices went up while the amount of time homes remained on the market stayed low.
A proposal from Ohio lawmakers would do away with taxes on feminine care products.
ESPN says it obtained a notebook that shows Pete Rose bet on Cincinnati Reds games during his last season as an active player in 1986.
As Ohioans try to dry out and recover from a rainy week that brought lots of flooding, warnings remained in effect Monday.
The sheriff in Ross County says a body found over the weekend is that of one of three missing women from Chillicothe.
Central Ohio gas prices dropped 15 cents since last Monday and are back at the level where they were two weeks ago.
Former Gov. Ted Strickland enjoys a six-point lead over U.S. Sen. Rob Portman in a poll released Monday.
Authorities say a 28-year-old man was gunned down outside a carryout on the North Side, one of three people who died violently on Sunday.
Mysterious planes will be swooping low in the skies over central Ohio this week as the Ohio Department of Agriculture begins aerial treatments designed to disrupt gypsy moth mating.
Police say a 27-year-old man was arrested in northeast Ohio after he threw an airsoft gun at officers and used his son as a shield to keep them away.
Ohio’s top elections official says a proposal in the Statehouse to prohibit marijuana monopolies would cancel out a proposed citizens’ initiative that would create them.
The former CEO of a red light camera vendor pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to her role in an eight-year bribery and fraud scheme, involving city officials in Columbus and Cincinnati.
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams will reopen its scoop shops Saturday.
Ohio's unemployment rate remained at a 14-year low in May, 5.2 percent, unchanged from April, according to data released Friday morning by the state.
The Ohio Department of Health and Columbus Public Health will have booths at the Columbus Pride Festival, where they will hand out brochures about smoking cessation.
Ohio's budget director and legislative analysts are planning to update state lawmakers on the latest revenue and Medicaid projections as compromise talks begin on the state's spending blueprint.
Police have released the name of the man they reportedly believe was the triggerman in the murders of four people whose bodies were found in the basement of a South Linden home Saturday morning.