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Elevated because of supply problems, retail gas prices in central Ohio may start declining soon, according to the AAA.
Several road projects are underway in downtown Columbus, making for a bumper crop of orange barrels this weekend.
Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama ran off four straight birdies on the back nine for an 8-under 64 and shared the lead at the Memorial on Thursday with rejuvenated Bo Van Pelt.
Stephen Curry scored 26 points, including the first four of overtime, and the Golden State Warriors overcame LeBron James' 44 points for a 108-100 victory Thursday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
Ohio's two U.S. senators are betting beers brewed in the state against their California counterparts' wine, beer and coffee as the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals.
Second-ranked Jordan Spieth and five more of the world’s top 10 golfers tee off Thursday morning for the opening round of the 40th edition of the Memorial Tournament.
Two of the leading producers of rock salt have agreed to pay $11.5 million to the state of Ohio as part of a settlement to resolve allegations that they conspired to drive up prices of the commodity,
A bill banning the sale of powdered caffeine and alcohol in Ohio is headed to the desk of Governor John Kasich for his signature after winning approval in the Ohio Senate Wednesday.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has a book on leadership and team building that will be out in October.
An Ohio National Guardsman convicted of sexually abusing three adopted daughters has been sentenced to life without parole and his wife, who testified that she did not witness any abuse, faces criminal charges, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office announced Wednesday.
After more than a century as a family-owned newspaper, the Columbus Dispatch has been sold, the Dispatch Printing Co. announced Wednesday morning.
Authorities near Chillicothe, in Ross County, are wondering if they have a multiple murderer on their hands.
Nobody here but us chickens. And now, not even that.
Changes are coming to the 35th annual Red, White & Boom fireworks show July 3rd, some of them by choice, some forced upon organizers who have made a virtue of necessity.
The newest member of the Browns arrived in a limousine, signed his contract and suited up in front of his locker. And, he isn't even 10 years old yet.