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Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans to announce today that he'll be running for president.
Authorities have yet to find two swimmers who were reportedly swept toward a dam on the Olentangy River and are believed to have drowned over the weekend.
Governor John Kasich has scheduled return trips to key primary states on what are expected to be his first visits as an official Republican presidential hopeful.
An Ohio education official has resigned after acknowledging he excluded failing grades for charter schools in evaluations of the schools' overseers.
Gas prices start the week a bit lower than they have in recent weeks.
A central Ohio man whose son was slain in the Chattanooga shootings says his son had volunteered for duty at the reserve center where he was killed because he was interested in helping people.
Authorities in southern Ohio are assessing damage to homes and roads in the aftermath of flooding that swept away a mobile home, killing a woman and two of her children.
Several Columbus firefighters are under investigation for damage to city property, and a supervisor has been reassigned after an unauthorized, alcohol-fueled party at a Downtown fire station.
The Ohio Department of Education is retracting the charter-school sponsor evaluations it issued this year, after an outcry that Internet charter-school achievement data were arbitrarily left out of the criteria, a potential violation of state law.
Parachutes will dot the sky over the Northwest Side Saturday as dozens of Army Reserve paratroopers practice drops on OSU’s Don Scott Field.
A would-be burglar is dead and his accomplice facing a murder charge after they were apparently interrupted in their efforts to rob a West Side home early Friday morning.
Ohio's unemployment remained at 5.2 percent in June, unchanged for the third straight month, according to data released Friday morning by the state.
Ohio will require students to be immunized against meningitis under a new law, one of several signed into law Thursday by Gov. John Kasich.
Ohio State Fair officials say vendors won't be permitted to sell Confederate flag merchandise at the event, which starts July 29.
Ohio’s attorney general joined the governors of Georgia and Indiana and on Thursday ordered investigations of Planned Parenthood facilities in their states to determine if organs from aborted fetuses were being sold.
Another legislative effort to end the death penalty in Ohio has emerged, but this one is a little different.
Backers have been cleared to begin gathering signatures for a proposal establishing a process for purging old pot-related convictions made obsolete by marijuana legalization should that be approved by voters.
If it is an honor just to be nominated, then the Buckeyes who were nominated for ESPY awards had to settle for the honor alone.
A man and a woman have been arrested in the drive-by shooting death of a 16-year-old boy on the South Side Wednesday afternoon.