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The Ohio Fire Marshal has issued a warning not to take part in the “fire challenge” in which people douse themselves with flammable liquid, set themselves on fire, then challenge others to follow their example.
Ohio's attorney general says a 22-year-old man fatally shot by police in a Wal-Mart store in a Dayton suburb was carrying an air rifle.
A man who allegedly exposed himself to a teenage girl in his West Side apartment complex in July was arrested Thursday.
Ohio's prisons director says his department and the private vendor that feeds inmates share responsibility for conditions that led to maggots at the women's prison in Marysville.
Democratic party-planners are touring Ohio Stadium and meeting with state and local leaders to discuss Columbus' bid to host the party's presidential convention in 2016.
Despite Ohio State University officials standing by their decision to fire director Jonathan Waters, the band's alumni association says it will continue to work to get him reinstated to the job.
Two of the federal judge who heard arguments on six separate cases from Ohio and three other states yesterday indicated they came down on different sides of the debate over same-sex marriage, while the third judge has offered fewer hints.
Authorities in Delaware County are looking for the man they say committed a sexual assault at Highbanks Metro Park Tuesday afternoon.
A state Senator from the Cincinnati area wants the Cleveland Indians to scrap their nickname and their Chief Wahoo mascot.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments in gay marriage fights from Ohio and three other states in the biggest session of its kind so far.
Tests on a Columbus woman for Ebola has tested negative for the virus, according to Columbus Public Health.
Police are looking for a 12-year-old Northeast Side girl who ran away from home Tuesday afternoon.
State and local elected officials in Columbus plan to show what Ohio's capital city has to offer as they make their pitch to host the Democratic Party's next presidential convention.
In the race for Governor of Ohio, challenger Ed FitzGerald has been short on good news lately.
The worry over another water emergency along Lake Erie is far from over.
A Northeast Side man was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on charges of aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault as a result of an accident that left one bicyclist dead and another seriously injured.
More than 150 community activities are planned for tonight’s observance of the National Night Out crime and drug prevention effort.
In his first interviews since being fired as director of Ohio State’s marching band, Jonathan Waters says he wants his job back and will keep trying to fix the culture issues that led to his dismissal.
Ohio's governor and several prominent lawmakers promise there will be a lot more attention to Lake Erie after the state's fourth-largest city was forced to tell 400,000 people to stop drinking its water.
Water was liquid gold in Toledo over the weekend, when 400,000 people had been told not to use their tap water, and Ohio’s attorney general wants to make sure it was being sold that way.