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State records show the U.S. military has given armored vehicles, assault rifles and thousands of other types of surplus military equipment to Ohio law enforcement agencies in recent years.
Motorists in central Ohio are getting a long-awaited break at the gas pump.
The car most often stolen in the rest of the U.S. barely makes the top 10 in Ohio.
Columbus Public Health targets neighborhoods at all points of the compass as the campaign against the West Nile virus finds a new gear this week.
Bus stops and classrooms are filling up in central Ohio as the new school year begins, accompanied by reminders about vaccinations and traffic safety.
As the summer travel season draws to a close with one of the biggest holiday weekends of the year, Ohio law enforcement agencies are mounting a two-week crackdown on impaired driving.
People who came from out of town and out of the country for the weeklong Gay Games in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, say they're heartened by the warm welcome they received.
Ohio's unemployment rate for July ticked up slightly last month while the employment outlook was bright in central Ohio for the three months that ended in June.
The fired director of Ohio State's marching band is formally requesting his job back, citing alleged flaws in a university investigation and a positive performance review issued weeks before he was terminated.
The Kasich administration and northern Ohio lawmakers are turning their taps on full-blast in an effort to prevent another water crisis like the one that left Toledo residents without water for nearly three full days earlier this month.
Ohio State has added home football games with UNLV of the Mountain West in 2017 and the Pac 12's Oregon State in 2018.
A replica of the Santa Maria is being dismantled and removed from the downtown riverfront— probably never to return.
The Ohio Department of Education is changing the ratings for 20 Columbus schools as a result of a data-scrubbing scandal, though the district's overall Continuous Improvement rating for 2011 and 2012 did not change.
Ohio State University's fired marching band director was lauded for "courageous" efforts to address attitudes surrounding the band's traditions seven weeks before he was fired.
State investigators are looking into nearly 60 complaints about price gouging during the water emergency in Toledo that left 400,000 people without clean tap water.
They are random, with no apparent pattern, and authorities have few clues to help them track down a ring of propane thieves.
No arrests had been made by Monday morning in the death of a 50-year-old man shot to death inside a vehicle in a Southeast Side alley Friday night.
Tuffy Gosewisch's RBI single with one out in the 12th inning gave the Arizona Diamondbacks a 1-0 win over the Indians on Wednesday night to earn a split of a doubleheader.
A man suspected of abducting his children in Fairfield County Saturday was barricaded inside a home on the East Side of Columbus Wednesday morning.
While older Ohioans believe there’s more good than bad news about the nation’s economy, many of them say rising costs may force them to delay retirement.