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The high tide reached in the Columbus real estate market in June was almost immediately eclipsed by another record month for home sales and prices last month.
Two central Ohio lawmakers want every day to be a sales tax holiday on college textbooks.
Police officers in Ohio have paid their respects to a police dog killed in the line of duty.
The National Air and Space Museum has completed its crowdfunding campaign to conserve the spacesuit Neil Armstrong wore on the moon and surpassed its goal by nearly $220,000.
Police say three people have been killed in a shooting at an apartment complex in Whitehall.
Whatever Donald Trump is selling, Republican voters in Ohio aren’t buying it at the same rate as other states.
The state has announced the first death due to West Nile virus in Ohio in 2015, a 91-year-old Williams County man was hospitalized with encephalitis.
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce says it's strongly opposed to a marijuana legalization plan on the November ballot and will join a coalition seeking to get voters to defeat it.
An internal panel has concluded the Ohio Democratic Party should endorse a redistricting proposal appearing on fall statewide ballots.
Authorities say a woman has confessed to killing her three young sons over the past several months because her husband ignored their daughter.
A 15-term Ohio congressman who took on tough assignments looking into assassinations and scandals has died. Former Congressman Louis Stokes was 90.
Now that official language has been drafted and the issues placed on the Nov. 3 ballot, two influential groups will discuss where they stand on proposed amendments to the Ohio constitution.
Voters will see three statewide issues on their ballots for the Nov. 3 general election legalizing marijuana, changing the way the state draws political boundaries and prohibiting the state's constitution from being changed to allow the formation of monopolies.
Police are looking for whoever gunned down a 16-year-old boy while he was riding his bicycle late Tuesday night.
Police have arrested a third suspect in the July 30 murder of a Papa John’s pizza delivery driver who was lured to a false Southeast Side address, robbed and shot to death.
Health officials are reminding parents that the start of the new school year means it is time to make sure their children are up-to-date on the vaccinations, especially in light of new regulations and recent outbreaks of preventable diseases.
The 2015 Gay Softball World Series is underway at Berliner Park on the South Side.
Both sides of the marijuana legalization debate in Ohio launched their campaigns in Columbus Monday as the battle over a Nov. 3 ballot issue heats up.
For the first time, scientists believe they have evidence of where the brain records times and places of our memories, research they hope will help sufferers of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
A man angered by overnight road construction punched a Columbus police officer who is reportedly the son of Chief Kim Jacobs.