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Police have released the name of the man they reportedly believe was the triggerman in the murders of four people whose bodies were found in the basement of a South Linden home Saturday morning.
A man at the center of a Supreme Court battle over same-sex marriage will be in the spotlight this week as grand marshal of the Columbus Pride Festival parade.
Floodwaters that swamped parts of rural central and northwestern Ohio are finally going back down, but may rise again as rain from a tropical storm heads north from the southern Plains.
Another marijuana legalization measure has cleared an initial hurdle on its way to the ballot.
The “Boyhood” of national surveys will continue tracking Americans from birth, through schooling, into the work force and after retirement, thanks to a $52 million federal contract renewal.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton leads the field of Republican candidates in two out of three key swing states, in a poll testing voters’ opinions about those running for the White House in 2016. The only exception: Ohio, where Gov. John Kasich leads the former Secretary of State.
Columbus police are asking a suspect they believe pulled the trigger in the murders of four people to surrender peacefully.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium reportedly plans to ask Franklin County voters for financial support once again.
He may look like a teen idol but he has the instincts of a serial thief.
A Franklinton man has been charged with disrupting service and vandalism after throwing a rock through the windshield of a COTA bus, injuring the driver.
Police say two missing Columbus girls were found safe.
As police continue to search for a second suspect in a multiple murder, the Franklin County prosecutor says he wants the teenager already behind bars for the crime tried as an adult.
The $47 million sale of the publishing operations of The Columbus Dispatch to the New York-based New Media Investment Group has been completed.
The NBA Finals' Game 5 has drawn its highest television rating in more than a decade.
The nearly 90 percent of Columbus City Schools students who passed the state reading test, and qualified to advance to the fourth grade, represent a significant improvement, compared with the number of those who has met the benchmark last fall
A drinking-water advisory for a large area of Franklin County, issued on June 8 because of elevated nitrate levels, has been extended, according to the Columbus Department of Public Utilities.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in the shooting deaths of four people, including an 18-year-old girl, whose bodies were found in a South Linden home Saturday morning.
The stars came out in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, but it was Stephen Curry who shined brightest and he led the Golden State Warriors to a 104-91 win and a took a 3-2 lead over the Cavaliers on Sunday night.
The bad news about gas prices is that they are higher again this week; the good news is that the pace of the increases may be slowing down, according to one oil industry analyst.
Authorities say nine people were rescued after four canoes overturned in Big Darby Creek Sunday afternoon.