The National Weather Service says much of the state has had the most snow and worst cold this winter in decades.
Jordie Callahan and his girlfriend Jessica Hunt were convicted by jurors in federal court in Youngstown a day after their lawyers argued prosecutors had built their case around unreliable witnesses.
The office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says he fell ill during a speaking engagement in Cincinnati and has been taken to a hospital to be evaluated.
Deep-sea explorers can now recover the remaining gold from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857 and more recently has been embroiled in legal fights involving a fugitive treasure hunter, an Ohio judge has ruled.
Public health officials are investigating a possible outbreak of mumps at Ohio State University, where nine students are reported to have the contagious infection.
Cleveland’s police department will limit when and how long squad cars can chase suspects in new guidelines released Thursday, more than a year after a chase involving more than 100 officers ended in the deaths of two people.
An auto parts manufacturer says it will build a $50 million plant in southwest Ohio that is expected to result in 150 jobs.
A chaplain’s prayer invoking the name of Jesus to open council meetings in a northeast Ohio city is stirring debate over separation of church and state.
The mayor of Cleveland is giving his police department a grade of “B” and says he welcomes a federal investigation into alleged use of excessive force.
One of two people charged with enslaving a mentally disabled woman for two years with her child denied on Wednesday that she hurt the woman or locked her inside a filthy basement room.
A suburban Cleveland municipal judge indicted last year on bribery and prostitution-related charges has pleaded not guilty to new charges of tampering with evidence and records in the case.
A judge set bond Wednesday at $50,000 each for nine Greenpeace activists he rebuked for their eye-catching protest at Procter & Gamble Co. headquarters in downtown Cincinnati.
Ohio says fewer inmates than ever are going back to prison after they’ve been released.
A comment by a Cincinnati woman overheard after her brother’s court hearing got her jailed for 30 days by a judge who pronounced her an “animal.”
Ohio placed second to Texas again last year in an annual survey measuring how states stack up in attracting to companies and getting existing ones to expand.
Libertarian Charlie Earl has the potential to draw votes from Ohio Gov. John Kasich as the governor faces a likely challenge from Democrat Ed FitzGerald this fall.
Attorney General Mike DeWine says seven Ohioans are charged in a scam that targeted senior citizens and allegedly involved someone impersonating DeWine.
The environmental organization said the 60-foot banners were in protest of the consumer products company’s use of palm oil from a supplier Greenpeace said is linked to tropical forest destruction in Indonesia.
Fifth-grader Nathan Entingh of Devonshire Alternative Elementary in Columbus returned to school Tuesday after serving a suspension which started last Thursday.
Northeast Ohio gas prices rose eight cents to $3.60 this week, according to the American Automobile Association’s East Central office.