Ohio has 61 police training academies, and data show only about one in three has a student success rate of 75 percent or above.
Hallie Thome was announced Wednesday as the 28th recipient of the Ms. Basketball award.
Authorities say the Buckeye Lake dam could fail at any time and lead to catastrophic flooding.
A plaque of the Ten Commandments gifted by a graduating class nearly 60 years won’t be going back up in a hallway of the school.
Residents in Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio will have their regularly programmed television and radio shows interrupted.
The cost does not include potential state expenses for security personnel who may have accompanied the governor to the capital on the two-da…
The judge warned Cornell that he should consult with his attorneys before making calls to anyone other than his legal counsel or family.
The proposal is part of the state’s transportation budget, which the Senate will vote on Wednesday.
Deasia Watkins had been forbidden to have contact with the baby after she was hospitalized for psychiatric problems, authorities said.
Another southwestern Ohio company will be allowed to fly a drone commercially in U.S. airspace.
The two states have been at it for years over whose natives were the first to fly.
Senate Transportation Chairwoman Gayle Manning said an earlier decision to raise Ohio’s statewide limit to 70 mph has resulted in virtually …
The law was intended to replace earlier ballot access rules that were found unconstitutional in 2006.
Inmates argue the new law violates free speech rights.
Discussions began in Columbus to replace the 180 year old Buckeye Dam.
Gov. John Kasich convened a police relations forum on Monday.
More than 6,000 children in the Mahoning Valley rely on the federally-funded Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
The testing company that created new standardized tests says it’s fielded thousands of questions from Ohio school districts.
The latest in a series of meetings around the state will take place Monday at Ohio State University.
A young woman held captive and tortured for more than a decade in a Cleveland home says she is conquering fears these days.