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Law enforcement and baseball officials plan to publicly discuss security measures for Cincinnati as it hosts the All-Star Game and days of pregame events.
All three Ohio State quarterback candidates and the star running back are on the Maxwell Award watch list announced Tuesday.
Seven people were killed in crashes on Ohio roads over the four-day Fourth of July holiday period, about half as many as a year ago and the fewest in three years.
A group working to get a marijuana legalization issue on Ohio's fall ballot has passed the next step in a separate effort to have some related crimes expunged.
Water quality experts are cringing at a provision in the state budget that allows owners of property along reservoirs and public waterways to pull plants, mow paths and chop trees next to their lawns.
LeBron James, his movie co-stars, the director and producer are expected to attend an invitation-only screening in Akron for the comedy "Trainwreck."
Drivers are getting used to new traffic patterns at the West Side’s biggest highway interchange following the fiery crash of a tanker truck carrying thousands of gallons of ethanol.
The premiere fireworks event in the Midwest will attract over 400,000 people to downtown Columbus Friday.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force’s Missile and Space Gallery will re-open on July 3 after being closed for nearly seven months for construction linking the gallery to the museum’s new fourth building.
Under new restrictions that take effect Wednesday, the hours when beginning Ohio drivers can drive and how many passengers they are allowed to carry will be limited depend on their driving experience, not their age.