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A couple of Ohio State's star players made it clear they would not return next year, one of them blasting the coaching staff's play-calling in the 3rd-ranked Buckeyes' loss to No.9 Michigan State Saturday.
Michael Geiger's 41-yard field goal as time expired gave Michigan State a 17-14 win over Ohio State, all but scuttling the Buckeyes' chances of defending their Big Ten and national championships.
No trip to The Ohio State University would be complete without some football.
Ohio's unemployment rate was 4.4 percent in October, a 14-year low, down from 4.5 percent in September.
Now the real fun starts in the Big Ten East Division.
A new study shows pregnant mothers who drink moderate amounts of caffeine do not harm their baby’s intelligence or cause behavior problems or obesity.
The long struggle to get Thomas A. Edison to Washington has come to this: crowd-funding.
A man shot to death in a field on the Northeast Side Thursday morning is the 78th homicide victim of 2015 in Columbus.
Investigators have pinpointed the cause of an explosion that destroyed a central Ohio home.
The head of Ohio's failed campaign to legalize medical and recreational marijuana in a single vote says the effort is regrouping for 2016 and will be gathering input from residents on how best to proceed.
The operator of a chain of massage parlors that employed illegal immigrants as prostitutes faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to charges in federal court.
Online retail giant Amazon has confirmed plans to open two new fulfillment centers in central Ohio.
A bill that seeks to divert more than $1 million in government funding away from Planned Parenthood has cleared the Ohio House.
The top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings remained unchanged this week, with the Buckeyes still in the No. 3 spots, behind unbeaten Clemson and once-beaten Alabama.
With supporters saying they are eliminating “victim zones,” the Ohio House voted 63-25 Tuesday for a bill allow carrying concealed handguns into daycare centers, along with public areas of law enforcement stations and airports.
Highways and airports will be crowded this Thanksgiving holiday weekend, more crowded than for any Thanksgiving since before the recession, according to the AAA’s estimates.
The Republican-dominated Ohio House is urging President Barack Obama to halt the settlement of Syrian refugees in the state and the U.S., citing safety concerns.
Ohio State University is officially opposing an effort to prevent a Cincinnati casino from naming its concert venue "The Shoe."
Authorities say a house explosion and fire on the South Side that injured a man and his great-granddaughter Tuesday was likely the result of an accidental gas explosion.
Governor John Kasich has joined the growing number of U.S. governors who are telling the Obama administration they don’t want their states or the nation to accept more Syrian refugees.