A call to a toll booth on the Ohio Turnpike for an unpaid toll ended with the seizure of dozens of fake Visa cards.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says several have been scammed of hundreds of dollars after trying to buy a puppy online.
The Dayton man is traveling to Gatlinburg to search for his daughter-in-law and two granddaughters.
Dozens of people attended his funeral at a mosque northeast of downtown.
Investigators say now-fired Richfield officer Michael Simmons took funding from his department’s Shop with a Cop program.
The Department of Health said the facility failed to name an adequate number of physicians to provide backup care.
Police say the woman told them she grabbed the girl to punish her during a tantrum, then blacked out because she was using drugs.
The railroad car part company announced it is idling the plant on January 28, which could lead to layoffs of up to 426 employees.
While the city of Warren put a bestiality law on the books in June, the state senate has approved a statewide rule.
A four-lane section of Route 33 northwest of Columbus will become a corridor where technologies can be safely tested in real-life traffic.
Investigators say they discovered the abuse after finding a video on the woman’s computer that showed her abusing an infant.
Valley Congressman Tim Ryan says that Democrats are now talking about issues that affect the middle class in places like Youngstown.
Caroline Chick hid with the others behind a brick wall next to Watts Hall.
The state senator is scheduled to speak at up to five holiday parties in the next two weeks and introduce himself.
Police say people in the area should still be on alert Thursday after the double-murder suspect went on the run Wednesday afternoon.
Law enforcement officials said Wednesday that it’s too soon to say the rampage that hurt 11 people on Monday was terrorism.
Engineering professor William Clark says that as the attacker’s car drove into a crowd of people, it clipped the back of his leg.
Ryan challenged Pelosi for the job, arguing that newer lawmakers need a bigger voice in a caucus.
The Ohio lawmaker sponsored or co-sponsored 20 bills that ultimately became law.
The woman admitted to sparking three fires at her family’s Newark home in an attempt to frame her estranged husband.