The measure still needs final passage from the Ohio General Assembly and a signature from Governor John Kasich.
Getting the two men out of the plane took about two hours.
An HBO spokesman says the show didn’t violate Murray Energy’s rights or those of Murray.
Democratic Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown on Thursday blasted the Senate’s draft bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Otto Warmbier’s brother, sister and friends were scheduled to speak at the funeral Thursday in his hometown of Wyoming
President Trump said this is proof that the American public wants his agenda to move forward.
If you’re a Michigan fan in central Ohio, you should probably think twice before asking your Buckeye fan neighbors to take care of your lawn…
An investigation says Rosen used “unreasonable” force that wasn’t part of his training.
Two Goodwill employees in Zanesville initially thought it was play money.
The Hamilton County coroner is still trying to determine the manner and cause of his death Monday.
A 13-year-old Akron boy is dead after investigators said he shot and killed himself while he and his best friend played Russian roulette.
The family Otto Warmbier objected to an autopsy, leaving the former North Korea detainee’s official cause of death a mystery for the time be…
Wambier’s parents did not cite a specific cause of death, but cited “awful, torturous mistreatment” by North Korea.
The lawsuit claims the center failed to properly chlorinate the water and regulate the temperature of the water.
Oberlin will be the first city in Ohio to make the change. Others could follow.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The University of Virginia student was held for more than 17 months and medically evacuated from North Korea last week.
Jackson Township Police Chief Greg Taillon says 74-year-old Robert Sine, of Austintown, confused his car’s gas pedal with the brake pedal.
Much of the crew of about 300 was asleep when the collision happened at 2:20 a.m. Saturday
An Amber Alert issued for a one-year-old in Licking County has been canceled.
Police told NBC4 that the man was up cutting a limb when the limb swung around and hit him.
Aaron Daniels, of Columbus, will plead guilty to one count of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.