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Freshman Jalin Marshall silenced the swarm of social media critics who called down every imaginable curse on his young head after two costly fumbles at Minnesota last week by scoring four touchdowns in a little over 15 minutes Saturday to lead Ohio State past Indiana 42-27 at Ohio Stadium.
Drivers on the South Outerbelt may not know what to do with all that space when they see the new eight-lane freeway that opens Sunday morning.
Ohio's unemployment rate was down slightly in October to 5.3 percent, its lowest level in almost 9 years.
An improving economy and falling gas prices are being credited with the busiest Thanksgiving holiday travel period in seven years.
The Ohio House has passed a bill that would limit time students in the state's public schools spend on standardized tests.
A bill imposing some of the nation's most stringent abortion restrictions has cleared an Ohio House committee after suddenly re-surfacing in the lame duck session.
The prosecutor's office in Cleveland has filed a motion dismissing aggravated murder cases against three men falsely accused of killing a businessman outside a corner store in 1975.
The Ohio House has approved a bill shielding the source of the state's lethal injection drugs for a minimum of 20 years.
The central Ohio housing market cooled down with the temperatures in October but continued to show signs of recovery, according to data released Thursday by the Columbus Board of Realtors.
Columbus has its first wombat.
A father’s involvement with their newborns depends on how ready mom is for parenthood, according to researchers from Ohio State University.
Former President George W. Bush will be back in Ohio, this time to sign copies of his new book about his father.
The fired director of Ohio State's marching band is taking issue with a task force report that he says failed to acknowledge that he was the only person held responsible for the years of deficient supervision and oversight uncovered by its review.
It may not sound like algae and telephones have much in common, but when you are a lame-duck legislative body looking at a holiday break, politics can make strange bedfellows indeed.
olice have named no suspects in the early-morning shooting of a man behind an East Side apartment building.
A four-month review of the culture of Ohio State University's marching band has resulted in recommendations for improvement in band operations, training and university oversight.
The Buckeyes took a couple of steps forward in the latest College Football rankings and have gone from being on the fringe to peeping over the edge into the promised land.
Half of the companies surveyed in Ohio, including Abercrombie & Fitch, Cardinal Health and Nationwide Insurance, got perfect scores from a prominent gay-rights organization.
An Ohio Senate committee is weighing whether to let hunters use silencers on their guns under some conditions.
There will be two fewer Ohio turkeys bound for a Thanksgiving dinner table next week after they receive the traditional Presidential pardon.