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A West Side man is accused of supporting Middle Eastern terrorists by providing resources and money laundering in what prosecutors say is the first indictment of its kind in Franklin County Common Pleas Court.
Ohio's governor is proposing another $500 million in tax cuts he says will keep the state’s recovery steaming along
Authorities say the brother of Cleveland's police chief has been killed and the girlfriend suspected in his death shot herself when troopers stopped her vehicle in western Pennsylvania.
A three-year-old girl from the state of Delaware who was the subject of an Amber Alert that extended into Ohio Tuesday was found safe in Massachusetts and police were working to reunite Elinor Trotta with her mother.
The Browns have unveiled a new primary logo, and it's not much different than the old one.
Schools were closed or opened late as central Ohioans awoke to record-setting cold temperatures and off-the-charts wind chills.
The practical and the political will share the stage as Gov. John Kasich delivers his annual State of the State address in Wilmington.
A proposal to legalize marijuana in Ohio has failed to clear an initial state hurdle, though backers of the effort say they plan to revise the constitutional amendment.
Ohio State University has plans to develop the eastern edge of its Columbus campus into an arts district.
Seeking to recapture jobs its members once held in prison kitchens, the largest state employee union says it can feed inmates cheaper than the oft-criticized contractor the state plans to rehire.
A statewide Amber Alert has been issued in Ohio for Elinor Trotta, 3, abducted by her non-custodial father, Michael Trotta, 39, from New Castle, DE, Monday evening and believed headed to Ohio.
Home sales were lower in January, but a significant increase in the number of For Sale signs going up in the Columbus area was an encouraging sign, according to the Columbus Board of Realtors.
Gas prices in central Ohio are 52 cents higher than they were four weeks ago, when cheap oil and full-bore refinery production pushed prices at the pump to three-year lows.
The first in a series of five community meetings between Columbus police officials and community members is scheduled for tonight.
s family friends bid farewell to Dana “Buck” Rinehart, Gov. John Kasich is honoring Columbus’ 50th mayor by ordering flags flown at half-staff Monday.
The soda pop machines might be gone, but there are still plenty of cupcakes and cheesy puffs making it into the schools.
After a snowy, but relatively warm, weekend, temperatures were expected to drop into the single digits and wind chills to fall well below zero in many parts of Ohio to start the work week.
A woman who was struck by a car while she stood in the freeway, inspecting damage caused by an earlier accident, has died of her injuries, Columbus police said.
Record and near-record cold temperatures and wind chills froze commuters, closed government offices and kept kids home from school for another day in Ohio Friday. And, the respite from winter weather would only be a brief one.
A man and a woman were being held for questioning in the death of an eight-month-old child who suffered multiple injuries, police said.