There aren’t very many details being released right now.
With calls for stricter gun laws following the Florida school shooting, Ohio Governor John Kasich is taking some action.
Auditors with the state have found a number of problems with how the medical marijuana program has been run so far.
Hazmat crews are investigating after Senator Portman’s office in Columbus received a letter containing white powder.
Two inmates attacked the guard in the prison infirmary with metal weapons.
At least $500,000 a year is needed to pay for two armed guards at each of the district’s four schools.
Officials closed Lancaster High School on Friday after a student reportedly received a threat Thursday evening.
On the same day police found Rachael Anderson’s body, the 53-year-old man charged with raping, torturing and murdering her slipped through s…
It was early December of 2017 when the first of these controversies with the program started to come to light.
An arrest was made of a 17-year-old girl who is a student of Springfield High School, between Dayton and Columbus.
Otterbein University also announced it will provide free tuition to the Joering girls.
Anthem has decided to make a significant change to their emergency room (ER) program.
Police said the seventh-grader brought the gun to school, along with a device in his backpack to cause a distraction.
According to the police report, the suspect told the officer, “I want to kill you because I don’t like you.”
He told police that he thought another student was going to hurt him.
The registered sex offender was formally arraigned in Franklin County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday.
The Akron man has been charged with murder and a weapons count.
While Kasich has been vocal about wanting “common sense” gun legislation, he hasn’t endorsed any one plan.
Ohio’s Medicaid program expanded its coverage after an opioid task force urged officials to explore alternative pain therapies.
Smith could be eligible for the death penalty.
Police in Ohio say a 7th-grader apparently brought a gun to school and shot himself inside a bathroom.
Ohio Governor John Kasich said he wants legislatures to come up with a “common-sense gun law,” or he will take action.