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A bill critics say would make red-light cameras all but worthless won approval in the Ohio House Wednesday.
Thousands of crows roosting at night in a western Ohio city's downtown leave some residents comparing the crow-laden landscape to the Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds" as they work to drive away the flocks.
Two pieces of legislation that generated a lot of interest and debate ended up sinking quietly beneath the waves in the Ohio House Wednesday.
Injured Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett and his ex-girlfriend made 911 calls on Tuesday morning alleging each attacked the other.
With a 4’3” local television celebrity in the audience to question him, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis apologized a third time for calling Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel "a midget."
The Columbus police Forgery/Fraud Unit is putting out the word about a couple of scams that have hit the area.
It is no surprise whose hat is the first one in the ring in the race to succeed Michael Coleman as mayor of Columbus.
The Blue Jackets and the city of Columbus are planning to light up the winter nights during the NHL All-Star Weekend in January.
An extension of Tuttle Crossing Boulevard and widening of Refugee and Sawmill Roads are among 16 projects being considered for funding by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.
The uniforms the Buckeyes will wear onto the field at the Sugar Bowl game against Alabama will include an homage to the program’s past.
A bill relaxing some weapons restrictions moved a step forward in the Statehouse while another, addressing everything from Ohio's toxic algae problem to the future of land-line phone services, appears dead, and a third is on its way to the governor’s desk.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has turned to a veteran of the public legal and safety systems to lead the city’s Department of Public Safety.
Police were investigating the death of a man whose body was found in an SUV after it crashed into a Northeast Side liquor store early Tuesday morning.
The Ohio state school board is expected to hold a preliminary vote on a policy change some say would let districts eliminate art, gym and other classes.
New Albany-based clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch announced Tuesday that Michael Jeffries is retiring as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors, effective immediately.
As the mother of a Cleveland boy shot by a police officer made her plea for justice, hundreds of people marched to police headquarters in Columbus to call for justice for victims of police brutality.
Ohio State fares pretty well in a study of the graduation rates of football players among this year's bowl-bound schools.
Two teens are going to prison for killing a store clerk during what police said was a week-long crime spree last year.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers turned a close game into a clinic after Britain's Prince William and his wife, Kate, grabbed courtside seats to watch them, beating the Brooklyn Nets 110-88 on Monday night.
Ohio State University officials have turned to a veteran health administrator to take the reins of the newly-expanded Wexner Medical Center next year.