A bill in the Ohio House would add killing a first responder or military member to the list of slayings eligible for the death penalty.
He did an interview Wednesday night with radio station, WBLL in Bellefontaine.
Lawmakers in Ohio have proposed a law that would remove sales taxes from feminine hygiene products.
John Glenn’s widow says she misses her husband “terribly” and was touched by the outpouring of love and support when he died two months ago.
Police said the baby died in early February and the body was found discarded in a residential trash container.
The man was stopped for a routine traffic violation along Interstate 70.
A Las Vegas man who says Justin Bieber assaulted him in Cleveland eight months ago has filed a police report about the fracas.
The automaker is making the move to give its Toledo plant space to build a new version of the Jeep Wrangler.
The budget item calls for educators to job shadow to help students with career choice and pinpoint needed job skills.
“Moses Fleetwood Walker Day” would recognize the historic career of the Ohio native.
The victim alleged that Lonina set up the rape, and police said she live streamed the assault on Periscope.
More than 30 movie files and hundreds of images were taken from the man’s home in Cleveland.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine will have his second statewide meeting dealing with the opioid crisis.
Authorities say 17-year-old Ely Serna fired a 12-gauge shotgun in the Jan. 20 attack at a high school in West Liberty.
According to a criminal complaint, Golsby admitted to kidnapping Reagan Tokes as she was walking to her car from work.
Republicans in Ohio want to ban sanctuary cities, while Democrats want to make Ohio a sanctuary state.
The additional charge against Brian Golsby, 29, was filed Saturday.
The existence of the threatened species means trees in their habitats are not supposed to be felled between April 1 and Sept. 30.
An official Facebook post states the Grove City Division of Police arrested 29-year-old Brian Golsby.
The 21-year-old’s body was found by a park-goer Thursday afternoon.
Kettering police found the boys, 8 and 11, and the 72-year-old man with stab wounds on Feb. 2.
The Republican governor said the timing of arguments before a Cincinnati federal appeals court necessitated the delay.