A two-time Olympian who later became the first black woman to coach at Ohio State has been killed in a car crash in Ohio.
The Senate’s government oversight committee says changes anticipated Tuesday could now come Wednesday.
The officer is accused of taking over $25,000 to buy tickets, clothes, electronics and other personal items.
State police are investigating after the body of a man was found in the Ohio River just west of Pittsburgh.
Troopers say they stopped a Chrysler 200 in Madison County and found the cocaine hidden inside.
Defense attorneys have argued that Madison shouldn’t be sentenced to death because he suffered an abusive childhood.
Kitchen was indicted less than a year after OSU fired the band’s director after an investigation determined he ignored “a sexualized culture…
Ohio’s price to start the week was slightly above the national average price of 2.22 in Monday’s survey.
WKBN 27 First News was recognized Sunday with two big awards from our colleagues across Ohio.
Persaud received a 20-year sentence last year after a jury in Cleveland convicted him of health care fraud.
Forty-five-year-old Tracy Martin of Cleveland was sentenced Friday in Cincinnati after pleading guilty.
Several school officials say they will study the directive issued Friday and seek legal advice.
Farmers hope the news rules will make it easier to get insurance and keep costs down.
Police say a 10-year-old boy has died from a gunshot wound at his home in central Ohio.
The woman who is heard in a frantic 911 call says she is haunted by the memory of discovering some of the bodies in Piketon slayings.
Two separate traffic stops by the Ohio State Highway Patrol in southern Ohio netted $30,000 in drugs.
They go through hundreds of tons of food each and every year.
Cleveland’s city council will consider the measure after receiving petitions with thousands of signatures.
The funds have supported HIV testing, promoted teen pregnancy prevention and provided help to new or expectant mothers.
The Kasich administration says the merger will save the state’s boating operation about $1 million a year.